Tardebigge Engine House
It stands near lock 57 (one lock below the top lock, 58) of the Tardebigge Locks on the Worcester and Birmingham Canal and contained a steam-powered Newcomen-Watt beam engine, which was removed in 1915. It was used to pump water from the adjacent Tardebigge feeder reservoir, which is about 50 ft (15.2 m) below the level of the top pound of the canal.
Tylers Lock is now owned by Vigo Software Ltd, and had planned to convert the building into offices; however planning permission was rejected in 2008.
The building was converted into luxury apartments in 2012.
- Canal Conservation Area brochure[permanent dead link]
- Nicholson Waterways Guides, Vol 2 (2006) ISBN 0-00-721110-4
- The Birmingham Post, 7 April 2007 with sales advert by Andrew Grant regarding a number of property sales by Auction at Ombersley, Worcestershire on 23 April 2007.
- Sales particulars (PDF) retrieved 16 April 2007 - now deleted[permanent dead link]
- Details and History Archived 11 September 2012 at Archive.today
- Historic England. "Details from listed building database (1168077)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 16 April 2007.
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