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

[Thanks to Paul Snelling for the first six entries.]

glastonbury At the Somerset Museum of Rural Life, Glastonbury.

Markings: None .

Manufacturer: Unk.

glastonbury At the Somerset Museum of Rural Life, Glastonbury. The low position of the spout and the length of the handle suggests that part of the pump top is missing.

Markings: Lion and "MADE IN ENGLAND".

Manufacturer: Joseph Evans - but it's an unusual model, not seen before.

glastonbury A lift and force pump at the Somerset Museum of Rural Life, Glastonbury, which came from Wanstrow Church.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

glastonbury This chain pump (minus its handle and chain) at the Somerset Museum of Rural Life, Glastonbury, was originally at Glastonbury Abbey Farm.

Markings: "H. BAMFORD & SONS UTTOXETER IMPROVED CHAIN PUMP", "RD NO 17856" and a shield with the letters "H B & S"

Manufacturer: Bamfords.

glastonbury At the Somerset Museum of Rural Life, Glastonbury.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

glastonbury Amongst a collection on display outside a house in Glastonbury.

Markings: Flag and probably "ALL BRITISH MADE".

Manufacturer: Lee Howl.

glastonbury, 2015 A semi-rotary in private hands in Glastonbury. Thanks to Terry Goodall for the photo.

Markings: "THEMAC", "No1" and a roundel with the words "ALL BRITISH MADE"

Manufacturer: THEMAC is the trademark of The Metal Agencies Company Ltd, of Bristol.

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