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MONUMENT NO. 662261

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A system of underground tunnels, or conduits, designed to bring water from Blackheath to the buildings of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich. Built between 1695 and 1710. It ceased to be used as a water supply in 1891, many conduit heads being demolished between 1850 and 1902. An RCHME survey of 1993-4 identified and recorded surviving elements of the system

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