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Description: Pump on Roadside Outside No 4 New Cottages
Date Listed: 24 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 163014
OS Grid Reference: TL1071830875
OS Grid Coordinates: 510718, 230875
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9653, -0.3899
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TL 1030 (East side)
8/4 Pump on roadside outside
No. 4 New Cottages
Pump. Erected c.1908 for G.H. Hodgson, lord of the manor, when he had
the stream culverted. In use up to 1940s. Cast iron with flat stone in
front. About 1.5M high a pump with cylindrincal shaft decorated with
raised rings, corbelled out to wider cylindrical fluted barrel with
large spurred spout at front (W), S-shaped long cast iron handle on S
side, and fluted domed cap with finial. A pump was originally provided
to each pair of cottages, and several survive. (Ashley Cooper (1982)84).
Listing NGR: TL1071830875
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Source: English Heritage
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