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Description: Well House 10 Metres North of the Manor House
Date Listed: 1 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146237
OS Grid Reference: SU5374620603
OS Grid Coordinates: 453746, 120603
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9823, -1.2357
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UPHAM UPHAM STREET
SU 52 SW
1/7 Well-house 10 metres north
of the Manor House
Well-house and store. Late C18. Rectangular building, the northern half containing
the well; flint walls with brick quoins to the west and south sides and the southern
half of the east side, the remaining sides are open, the eaves being supported on
posts with curved brackets. Hipped tile roof. The well-head has a complete timber
framework, supporting a massive horizontal axle (for the winding rope): at one end
(within the tall centre of the roof space) is a large treadwheel, comprising 4 large
and 8 minor spokes, a thick rim with short arms tenoned in, supporting the planks
of the walkway. The other half of the building is lower, and used as a wood shed.
Listing NGR: SP5430108885
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Source: English Heritage
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