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Pump Station

Private
Dungeness, Kent

The Pump Station was built during World War 2 as a pumping station to send fuel though undersea pipes to France to support the D-Day landings. It has been adventurously restored and converted into a holiday home. Much of the original construction such as the a concrete plank ceiling supported with steel beams has been retained, contrasting with the modern interventions.

Photography © Guy Montagu-Pollock

Private
Dungeness, Kent

The Pump Station was built during World War 2 as a pumping station to send fuel though undersea pipes to France to support the D-Day landings. It has been adventurously restored and converted into a holiday home. Much of the original construction such as the a concrete plank ceiling supported with steel beams has been retained, contrasting with the modern interventions.

Photography © Guy Montagu-Pollock

Private
Dungeness, Kent

The Pump Station was built during World War 2 as a pumping station to send fuel though undersea pipes to France to support the D-Day landings. It has been adventurously restored and converted into a holiday home. Much of the original construction such as the a concrete plank ceiling supported with steel beams has been retained, contrasting with the modern interventions.

Photography © Guy Montagu-Pollock
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