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A week's visit to the island in 2014 resulted in just one more pump found, bringing the total to seven. Surely there must be more? if so, then they are well hidden.
|Beaumaris, Anglesey||See separate page.|
|Bodedern, Anglesey. Photograph supplied by Richard Cossey - thanks, Richard. The pump seems to have been relatively recently re-instated as Google StreetView shows no grill and an empty plinth. Above the portico is written:|
CADBEN KING PRESADDFED
ARGLWYDD STANLEY O ALDERLEY.
|Which translates roughly as:|
CAPTAIN KING [OF] PRESADDFED
LORD STANLEY OF ALDERLEY.
| Markings: None other discernible
|Deep in the woods near
Caim, Anglesey. Photographs supplied by Roger Howse - thanks,
Markings: The familiar lion rampant, and underneath the words "LION", EVANS, WOLVERHAMPTON. On the pump top "RD NO 46671"
Manufacturer: Joseph Evans.
|Llanddeusant, Anglesey. Thanks to John Turner for the
Markings: "2½" and "MADE IN ENGLAND"
Manufacturer: Despite the lack of their usual flag trademark, the markings and the style of counterweight point to it being made by Lee, Howl & Co.
see pic I've
taken from www.geograph.
Photograph supplied by Mal Jones - thanks, Mal.
Markings: None visible in this photo.
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