No 4 Pump Station – National Trust Property

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About this site: A picnic area and walk trail around the perimeter of No 4 Pump Station provide a welcome stop on the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail. External viewing only is possible of the fourth of CY O’Connor’s eight steam stations that pumped water from the Perth Hills to the Goldfields. The precinct contails three generations of pumping stations in one place.

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Great Eastern Highway

Merredin

6415

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