The north shore of the reservoir, with part of Gravelly Hill Interchange in the background
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Aston Reservoir, sometimes known as Salford Lake, Salford Park Pool or Salford Bridge Reservoir, is a 19th-century reservoir, formerly used for drinking water extracted from the River Tame, in Birmingham, England. It was built by the Birmingham Waterworks Company and was at that time situated in the parish of Aston. On 1 January 1876 the company was purchased by Birmingham Corporation Water Department.
It sits immediately adjacent to Gravelly Hill Interchange, and in a bend of the river.
- The History of South Staffordshire Waterworks Company, 1853 - 1989 - Johann Van Leerzem, Brian Williams
- "BIRMINGHAM'S OUTBOARD MEETING - British Pathe". Retrieved 11 November 2011.
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