Cheltenham Pumps (click on photographs to bring up bigger/better versions).
| In the Pittville area of Cheltenham, Glos.
Markings: None seen from a distance.
Manufacturer: Unk, although the counterweight and bucket hook are designs I've seen before.
|Small lift and force pump in the author's possession in
Cheltenham, Glos, originally installed on a wooden post outside a house in
Bradford St., Braintree, Essex, where it delivered water from a well.
Spout/poss air vessel/delivery pipe lost.
Markings: "Warners Patent London", on handle.
pump in the author's possession in Cheltenham, Glos.
Markings: Lion, "RD NO. 46465" on the spout, and "0" on the barrel.
Manufacturer: It's a Joseph Evans Colonial, Size 0 - the smallest they made - equating to a 2" barrel.
|A small pump tucked away in a side street in
Markings: None seen.
| A tiny portable semi-rotary seen at a Steam Fair in Cheltenham,
Glos in 2009. Stands on a monopod and is fitted with an air
Markings: "NH" inside a diamond.
Manufacturer: Newman Hender.
|Mounted on the end of a wheeled water barrel at a Steam Fair in
Markings: None seen on the pump, but the water barrel is marked at both ends with "T. Baker & Sons, Compton Berks 130 gals".
Manufacturer: T. Baker & Sons, Compton, Berks.