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Originally posted by superteve
reply to post by PuterMan
No more fun guessing what it might be, but yes, I kind of new if it was anything even remotely secret it wouldn't be within eye distance of the M25.
Another "mystery solved"
Originally posted by simples
Actually people this isn't a reservoir, I'm in the army I was based at Preston fir four years it's used as storage I can't tell you what for but it's nothing that's of intrest, you would walk in and say to yourself is that it?
Don't worry nothing that's secret or extravagant lol
Westby Reservoir was brought into service on 22nd February 1929 with a capacity of 36 million gallons to receive water from the Hodder Aqueduct. When originally constructed the reservoir had no roof and the Fylde Water Board employed a full time seagull scarer!