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Follies are those extravagant buildings of no particular purpose built to gratify the egos of landowners with more money than sense - let alone taste.
Yet in Green Lanes is a deceptive example that did provide a vital function...
On that level, it can rank with the natural wooden floor - playing its part in the enhancement of so many buildings - domestic and commercial.
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The Stoke Newington Pumping station looks like a castle with its battlements and towers - and was said to be modelled on Stirling. It played its role in ensuring a safe water supply to Victorian North East London.
The story began in 1609 when the capital’s population growth required more water than could be supplied from Hampstead and Highgate Ponds. Enter a Welsh jeweller, Hugh Middleton, whose ambitious New Canal scheme diverted water from the Lea at Amwell near Ware in Herts - to arrive some thirty miles down to what is now Rosebery Avenue.
Two centuries later, the clean water act of 1852 required more stringent water management. In 1856, the station was opened in Stoke Newington, where the canal went underground.
It contained six steam engines, with its towers and turrets having a function, enclosing chimneys and water pumps.
Redundant by 1971, the Castle reopened as a climbing centre in 1995.
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