Towanroath Engine House

A beautiful concrete cast model of Towanroath engine house. Towanroath is part of the Wheal Coates tin mine based at St.Agnes and is one of the most iconic landmarks in Cornwall. 

It was used for pumping water up a 600 ft shaft. 

This garden ornament would look great positioned in any location and is a must for any avid Poldark fan. 

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Please allow for 2 weeks construction time if out of stock.

Postage and Packaging : FREE collection from my premises available. If you would like delivery then please ask for a quote as charges will vary depending on your location.

Towanroath Engine House

A decorated version of the Towanroath Engine House is available at no extra cost.

 
 

Garden feature portraying the Beautiful Moorswater viaduct

Postage and packaging : FREE collection from my premises available. If you would like delivery then please ask for a quote as charges will vary depending on location.

This three arched section of the Moorswater viaduct has been cast in concrete. The four piers come seperate and must first be postioned and levelled before the bridge top can be installed. 

The top has been designed to hold small rockery plants. 8 mm holes have been drilled through the foot of each archway, this will enable drainage. 6 mm steel rebar lays both sides of the bridge for added strength. 

The bridges design allows you to connect as many bridges together as you wish. The last two pictures show an example of multiple decorated and planted bridges.

 

The bridge length is 1235 mm, width 125 mm, height 525 mm. 

 

If you would like the bridge assembled and dressed with plants, then please message me and I will be happy to quote you.

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Please allow for 2 weeks construction time if out of stock.

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Towanroath Engine House Cast