Calbourne (click on photographs to bring up bigger/better versions).

calbourne A flywheel and single-throw crank pump (minus its flywheel) under a nicely-renovated tiled wooden shelter at Calbourne. An inscription nearby reads:
REBUILT
ON BEHALF OF
CALBOURNE PARISH COUNCIL
TO COMMEMORATE
THE QUEEN'S
SILVER JUBILEE 1977.
Markings: "J. TYLOR & SONS, ENGINEERS. 2, NEWGATE ST. LONDON".

Manufacturer: J. Tylor & Sons, London.

calbourne A formal-looking pump at Calbourne Mill, Calbourne, IoW. Photograph supplied by Marcus Simms - thanks, Marcus.

Markings: "BO" and an arrow.

Manufacturer: Board of Ordnance

calbourne, 2019 Also at Calbourne Mill, Calbourne, IoW. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photo.

Markings: A name on the frame is hidden from view.

Manufacturer: Unk, but it is very similar to one at Burghfield Hill, W. Berks, made by Callas, Sons & Day of Reading.

calbourne, 2019 A galvanised steel portable pump at Calbourne Mill, Calbourne, IoW. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photo.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

calbourne, 2019 Also at Calbourne Mill, Calbourne, IoW. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photo.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk, but seems to be a Warner's design.

calbourne, 2019 Also at Calbourne Mill, Calbourne, IoW, this one was originally driven by a gas engine (flywheel just visible). Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photo.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

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