Conduit House
Conduit House
All that remains of medieval waterworks created to supply the nearby abbey of St Augustine.
Conduit House is a wide circular cistern in the ground, with a set of pipes running into it from several directions. The conduit house gathered water from the hillside above the abbey and then sent it through further pipes down the hill to the abbey site.

The Conduit House is right beside the Stour Valley Walk, a long distance path that leads through Canterbury along the Stour River valley.