Felsham (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).
|On the green at Felsham, Suffolk. Thanks to John Hurst for the photos. The pump carries a brass plaque, inscribed:|
|THIS PUMP WAS
TO MARK THE
|Markings: The only
other marking is "OIL LEVEL" on the gear housing.
another green at Felsham, Suffolk. Thanks to John Hurst for the
Markings: Various manufacturer's numbers appear on the pump: 89-28 [indistinct] on the barrel, 70/30 on the post holding the handle. The word "ENGLAND" is on the stopcock.
Manufacturer: The design and the part-numbering all clearly point to its being a Climax pump, made by Thomas & Son of Worcester.
Felsham. Thanks to John Hurst for the photo.
Markings: None visible, but style suggests a Climax pump.
Manufacturer: Probably Thomas & Son.
|On a farm
near Felsham, with twin handles. Thanks to Christopher Bornett for the
Markings: None visible.
Manufacturer: Unk, but it's the same model as the one on the green at Felsham.