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

[Thanks to Paul Snelling for the first two photos.]

headcorn Another impressive one, at Headcorn, Kent. There's an information notice on the wall behind it, which reads:

This pump was installed in 1846 a short distance west
of its present site and was in public use for nearly 50

years before the arrival of mains drainage. Moved to
Day's Green in 1982, it was replaced here in January 2002
Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

headcorn A distinctive "pot-bellied" pump in Headcorn, Kent. The handle is missing and the cap with acorn finial doesn't look to be original.

Markings: None visible.

Manufacturer: Further examples of this pump design can be seen at Darvel and Sorn, East Ayrshire; and Plockton, Highlands. All seem to have caps and handles missing. They are believed to have been made by George Smith & Co of Glasgow.

headcorn, 2018 Scant remains at an antiques shop in Headcorn, Kent. Thanks to Alex Vincent for the photo.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

headcorn, 2018 Headcorn (East Dean), Kent. Thanks to Alex Vincent for the photo.

Markings: "RC" and "4".

Manufacturer: Unk.