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Description: Wellhead and Shelter
Date Listed: 13 December 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 160236
OS Grid Reference: TL4063433203
OS Grid Coordinates: 540634, 233203
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9795, 0.0463
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TL 4033 ANSTEY THE KNOLL
6/15 Wellhead and Shelter
Wellhead and shelter. Early C19. Cast iron wellhead, timber shelter and
octagonal pointed slate roof with finial. A large openwork cast iron
wellhead on an island at crossroads with an octagonal shelter on 8
square oak posts thickened by spurs at the base. Well capped by raised
octagonal concrete slab. Large flywheel on S side with mounting for
handle on one of its four serpentine spokes. Trestle of 3 stages
constructed of 2 parallel castings spaced apart. Small gear on spindle
from flywheel drives large gear mounted on top spindle with a flanged
winding wheel at its centre. Lower spindle bracketed out at N with
square key for unknown purpose. Large cast iron trough on N side. A
picturesque village feature of special social and technological interest.
Listing NGR: TL4063433203
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Source: English Heritage
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