The museum will be closed for Christmas between December 17 and January 6. We reopen January 7.
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The museum is centred around a Grade II listed Victorian pumping station which houses the original pair of Marshall steam engines and a collection of small engines and pumps. The engines are run on the last Sunday of every month.
We house an extensive collection of fire-fighting equipment ranging from late Victorian pumps and ladder-carts to a modern-day fire engine famous from many TV series such as London's Burning.
Ever wanted to become a train driver? Our original Victoria Line tube carriages are very popular with many families and children. A unique dining experience is also hosted here by Supperclub.Tube!
The model railway depicts the Liverpool to Chingford Line over a variety of periods. Thomas the Tank Engine may also be spotted running around!
You can find us at:
10 South Access Road,
You can't miss us! A long white wall with our name on it next to a pair of black gates will be your guide.
We are open between 10:30 and 15:30 every Sunday. Last entry 15:00. Entry is free. Donations are always welcome!Plan your visit
We are self-funded and do not receive external funding. We rely on income from donations, memberships and sales.
Becoming a member is a great way of supporting our work and getting some benefits in return. Individual memberships start at £20 per year.