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

naunton Pump of unidentified origin next to the Black Horse pub in Naunton, Glos, with a crack just below the pump head. It's been suggested that the tarred sacking wrapped around it, which I originally thought was lagging, is more likely to have been an attempt at repairing an existing crack.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: The pump has a typical Lee Howl handle.
naunton A small pump, minus its cap, by the side of the road.

Markings: Lion and "Made in England".

Manufacturer: Joseph Evans.
naunton This one's almost opposite the Baptist Chapel and, apart from an oddly bent handle, it's a prime example of its type.

Markings: Lion trademark and a very clear model number RD NO 46671.

Manufacturer: Joseph Evans.
naunton On the hill leading down into Naunton, off the B4068. The tarred sacking (another repair?) just allows the top of the maker's trademark to be seen.

Markings: Lion.

Manufacturer: Joseph Evans.
naunton On the hill on the opposite side of Naunton, this pump has lost its cap. Photo supplied by John Hurst - thanks, John.

Markings: "CHARLES WINN & CO BIRMM" on the barrel.

Manufacturer: Charles Winn.
naunton Near the old school house at Naunton.

Markings: Flag.

Manufacturer: Lee Howl.