Gloucester (click on photographs to bring up bigger/better versions).
| One of
only three we've found to date in the city of Gloucester. Photographs by Roger
Howse - thanks, Rog.
Markings: On the barrel there's a roundel which was obliterated by multiple payers of paint. Roger Howse returned to the pump and with the permission of the owner removed these layers, to reveal "Joseph Evans & Sons, Wolverhampton" around the edge, letters making the name "Culwell" within this and a probable "E" in the centre. This is a known but rare early trademark of that company, pre-dating their famous "Lion".
Manufacturer: Joseph Evans.
one's in the courtyard of the Fountain Inn, on Westgate St.
back of the Folk Museum, Gloucester, is this remnant of a
twin throw flywheel and crank pump, brought
there from the garden of Vicarage Cottage, Poulton, near
Markings: The frame carries the words "J. TYLOR & SONS, ENGINEERS, WARWICK LANE, LONDON".
Manufacturer: J. Tylor & Sons, London.