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Description: Well and Wellhead at North Corner with High Road (A10)
Date Listed: 13 December 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 160272
OS Grid Reference: TL3562033871
OS Grid Coordinates: 535620, 233871
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9867, -0.0264
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TL 3533 BUCKLAND RECTORY LANE
5/51 Well and Wellhead
- at N corner with
High Road (A10)
Well and wellhead. Early C19. Cast iron. A large and elaborate openwork
iron trestle with large flywheel on S side with 4 serpertine spokes,
geared to a larger cogged wheel on a shaft across the top of the trestle
with a large flanged winding wheel at its centre. Trestle of moulded
T-section members forming circles and ogee curves. 2 wooden brake shoes
mounded on pivots at upper corners of trestle to brake the flywheel.
Listing NGR: TL3562033871
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Source: English Heritage
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