Cambridge Museum of Technology gets Scheduled Monument Consent

The Cambridge Museum of Technology is an independent museum and scheduled industrial monument located at the Cambridge sewage pumping station, built in 1894. The Museum represents the technological developments of the late 19th and early 20th centuries as employed by local industries. Freeland Rees Roberts prepared a report which was successful in the first round of the Museum’s application for Heritage Lottery funding, and have recently obtained Scheduled Monument Consent.

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