Cambridge, Cambs (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).

cambridge Although this old wooden pump, near to the entrance to King's College Chapel, Cambridge, Cambs, has lost its handle, it still retains quite a fancy metal spout.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

cambridge In St Benet’s churchyard, Cambridge, Cambs. Thanks to Bill Welsh for the photo.

Markings: A very indistinct Flag and "Paragon".

Manufacturer: Lee Howl.

cambridge A rat's tail lead pump at the Cambridge & County Folk Museum, Cambridge, Cambs. Thanks to John Hurst for the photo.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

cambridge At the Cambridge & County Folk Museum, Cambridge, Cambs. Thanks to John Hurst for the photo.

Markings: "HEADLY & MANNING, ENGINEERS, 1853, CAMBRIDGE".

Manufacturer: Headly & Manning.

cambridge In a residential street in Cambridge, Cambs. Thanks to Mike Tovey for the photo.

Markings: Flag.

Manufacturer: Lee Howl.

cambridge This one's at the Museum of Technology, Cambridge. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photos.

Markings: "UNICEF DPHE" on the barrel and on the cap. "UMI 80 6" also on the barrel.

Manufacturer: DPHE = Dept of Public Health Engineering, of Bangladesh, and a bit of Googling will show identical pumps in operation in that country. How this pump found its way to the museum is anybody's guess.

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