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Description: Shelter to Former Village Pump
Date Listed: 25 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 130494
OS Grid Reference: SP1354015442
OS Grid Coordinates: 413540, 215442
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8374, -1.8049
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FARMINGTON FARMINGTON VILLAGE
SP 11 SW
3/56 Shelter to former village pump
Shelter over former village pump (now removed). Inscription on
lintel 'ERECTED IN MEMORY OF EDMUND WALLER SQUIRE OF THIS PARISH OB
: 20th MARCH 1898'. Plaque on timber upright stating that the
roof was presented by some citizens of Farmington Connecticut,
U.S.A. in the 300th year of Connecticut's foundation, July 1935.
Ashlar dwarf wall, stone slate roof supported by heavy timber
uprights. Octagonal plan comprising dwarf wall with 4 openings,
wall supports, heavy open-sided timber frame. Octagonal roof with
gablets over each face. Open-sided octagonal lantern with ogee
curved leaded roof with ball finial.
Listing NGR: SP1354015442
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Source: English Heritage
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