The Water Tower, Carshalton- London..jpg

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The water tower was built in the early 18th century primarily to house a water driven pump supplying water to Carshalton House (now St Philomena's School) and its gardens.

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Source The Water Tower, Carshalton- London.
Author Jim Linwood from London

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