Amberley, West Sussex (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).
The first three photos are by Paul Snelling - thanks, Paul.
|Two nicely preserved pumps at the Amberley Working Museum - and I
think both of them are in working condition.
Markings: A nameplate on the barrel reading: "JOHN WARNER & SONS LONDON MANUFACTURERS".
Manufacturer: Warners of London.
|Many, but not all, features of the second pump are very similar to
the one above.
Manufacturer: Probably Warners.
|And one in a scullery/laundry at the museum.
Markings: Flag and "PARAGON".
Manufacturer: Lee Howl.
And these are by Mike Faherty - thanks, Mike.
|Here's another at the museum.
Markings: "RUNWELL No 5".
Manufacturer: Ashwell & Nesbit Ltd., of Leicester.
this one of quite a different design.
Markings: Reportedly "CHALLENGE", although it's obscured by many layers of paint.
Manufacturer: Possibly a Joseph Evans model.