Infrastructure in London
Below is information on the utility infrastructure in the city of London, England.
Several power stations were built to generate electricity in the centre of London, including the famous power sta...
Trinity Buoy Wharf
Trinity Buoy Wharf, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, is the site of London's only lighthouse, by the confluence of the River Thames and Bow Creek, at Leamouth. The lighthouse no longer function...
Trinity Buoy Wharf - Wikipedia
Woolwich Power Station
Woolwich Power Station was a coal-fired power station on the south bank of the Thames at Woolwich.The first station was opened at the site in 1893 by the Woolwich District Electric Lighting Company ad...
Woolwich Power Station - Wikipedia
Bulls Bridge Power Station
Bulls Bridge Power Station was an open-cycle gas-turbine power station at Bull's Bridge, Hayes in west London.
The station was built, owned and operated by the CEGB as a stand-alone open cycle GT ...
Bulls Bridge Power Station - Wikipedia
Tower Lifeboat Station
The Tower Lifeboat Station is a lifeboat station on the River Thames in London, UK, operated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. It is located at Victoria Embankment on the North Bank of the T...
Tower Lifeboat Station - Wikipedia
020
020 is the national dialling code for London in the United Kingdom. The area it serves, which includes most of Greater London and some adjacent areas, was first allocated the STD code 01 in 1959. Afte...
020 - Wikipedia
Louisville Water Company
Louisville Water Company is a municipal water company which provides water to the more than 800,000 people in Louisville, Kentucky as well as parts of Oldham and Bullitt counties. Additionally, they p...
Metropolitan Utilities District
The Metropolitan Utilities District, or M.U.D., is the political subdivision and public corporation of the State of Nebraska that operates the drinking water and natural gas systems for Omaha, Nebrask...
Faraday Building
The Faraday Building was the GPO's first telephone exchange in London.It started life as the Central telephone exchange at the Savings Bank building in Queen Victoria Street, opening for business on 1...
Faraday Building - Wikipedia
Thames Embankment
The Thames Embankment is a work of 19th century civil engineering which reclaimed marshy land next to the River Thames in central London. It consists of the Victoria and Chelsea Embankment.There had b...
Thames Embankment - Wikipedia
Waterfront Development Corporation
The Waterfront Development Corporation (WDC) of Louisville, Kentucky is a non-profit/stock corporation created by the Kentucky General Assembly in 1986.For many years before the Waterfront Development...
Waterfront Development Corporation - Wikipedia
Coryton Refinery
Coryton Refinery was an oil refinery in Essex, England, on the estuary of the River Thames some 28 miles (45 km) from the centre of London, between Shell Haven Creek and Hole Haven Creek, which s...
Coryton Refinery - Wikipedia
Highgate Wood telephone exchange
The Highgate Wood Telephone Exchange was the first all-electronic telephone exchange in Britain. It was built in the London suburb of Highgate Wood by members from Joint Electronic Research Council (...
Highgate Wood telephone exchange - Wikipedia
Putney Pier
Putney Pier is located on Putney Embankment just to the West of Putney Bridge on the River Thames in London, United Kingdom.The pier is owned and operated by Livett's Launches and it is right at the s...
Putney Pier - Wikipedia
Hackney Power Station
Hackney Power Station (also known as Millfields Power Station) was a coal-fired power station situated at Lea Bridge on the River Lee Navigation in London.
The 'A' station, opened in 1901, was bui...
Hackney Power Station - Wikipedia
Taylors Lane Power Station
Taylor's Lane Power Station is an open cycle gas turbine (OCGT) station, situated in Willesden, north-west London.
The first, coal-fired, station was built in 1903 by Willesden Urban District Coun...
Taylors Lane Power Station - Wikipedia
Water supply and sanitation in London
Water supply and sanitation in London is provided by a number of private companies. The regional water strategy for London is produced by the Greater London Authority. Much of the water supply and sew...
Croydon transmitting station
The Croydon transmitting station (also known as the NTL Tower) is a broadcasting and telecommunications facility on Beulah Hill in Upper Norwood, London, England (grid reference TQ332696), in the Lond...
Croydon transmitting station - Wikipedia
Marcy South
Marcy South is a high voltage power line in New York that runs from Fraser Substation in Delaware County to Marcy Substation in Oneida County. It was constructed amid heavy controversy in the late 19...
London Underground infrastructure
The infrastructure of the London Underground includes 11 lines, with 270 stations. There are two types of line on the London Underground: services that run on the sub-surface network that is just belo...
London Underground infrastructure - Wikipedia
Greenwich Power Station
Greenwich Power Station is a standby oil, gas, and formerly coal-fired power station on the River Thames at Greenwich in south-east London. Greenwich Power Station is a power station on the River Tham...
Greenwich Power Station - Wikipedia