Cheshire (incl Halton)

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aldersey green, 2016 The war memorial at Aldersey Green, Cheshire. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photos.

Markings: Lion.

Manufacturer: Joseph Evans.
aldersey green, 2016

alsager A new installation at Alsager, Cheshire. Photo supplied by Peter Band - thanks, Peter.

Markings: "P".

Manufacturer: Trademark used by Puteus of Germany.

Arley, Cheshire See separate page.

christleton By the green, Christleton, Cheshire. Thanks to John & Joyce Roberts for the photos.

Markings: None discernible in the photos.

Manufacturer: Unk.
christleton

churton, 2016 The pump in Pump Lane, Churton, Cheshire, was restored in 2005 as a belated Millenium project. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photos. A nearby notice warns against drinking the water: churton, 2016 churton, 2016
DISCLAIMER NOTICE
CHURTON PUMP
The water source for this pump
is a natural surface aquifer.
It is not possible to guarantee the
quality of the water on a daily basis and
the Parish Council cannot accept any
responsibility if you consume the water.
You drink at your own risk.
Markings: An indistinct "G. INGOLD B. STORTFORD".

Manufacturer: G. Ingold of Bishop's Stortford.

Comberbach, Cheshire See separate page.

cotebrook, 2016 Cotebrook, Cheshire. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photo.

Markings: Lion and obscured RD NO.

Manufacturer: Joseph Evans.

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At Caldecott Green, near Crewe (the one near Farndon), Cheshire.

Markings: Unk.

Manufacturer: Unk.

daresbury, 2015 Daresbury, Halton. Thanks to Stephen Charles for the photo.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

edge In a country lane near Edge, Cheshire. Photo supplied by Fergus Muir - thanks, Fergus.

Markings: Not discernible in the photo.

Manufacturer: Unk.

Gawsworth, Cheshire See separate page.

great barrow, 2016 Great Barrow, Cheshire. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photos. A plaque fixed to the pump head reads: great barrow, 2016
PRESENTED TO THE VILLAGE
BY MR. & MRS. F. H. FELLOWS
ON BEHALF OF MISS HITCHINS
AND HER SISTER JESSIE FELLOWS,
ALSO THEIR ANCESTORS
WHO HAVE SERVED THIS COMMUNITY
FOR SEVERAL CENTURIES.
Markings: None other.

Manufacturer: Probably Joseph Evans.

knutsford, 2016 Knutsford, Cheshire. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photo.

Markings: None visible.

Manufacturer: Unk.

marton Marton, Cheshire. Thanks to John Hurst for the photo.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

middlewich, 2015 At the roadside near Bostock, near Middlewich, Cheshire. A look inside confirms that the operating rod is missing. Thanks to Stephen Charles for the photos. The wooden shelter carries a date of 1874.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.
middlewich, 2015

Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire See separate page.

nether alderley, 2015 In the woods near Nether Alderley, Cheshire - the delivery pipe has broken off at ground level. The flat edge to the flywheel might suggest a belt drive, and apparently there are old quarry workings nearby. Thanks to Jack Street for the photograph and information.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

poynton, 2016 At the Anson Engine Museum, Poynton, Cheshire. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photo.

Markings: Flag, "3½" and an obliterated roundel.

Manufacturer: Lee Howl.

prestbury Butley Town, near Prestbury, Cheshire. Thanks to Stuart Barnes for the photograph.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: It looks like a Lee Howl Colonial.

preston-on-the-hill, 2014 Preston-on-the-Hill, Halton. Thanks to Martin Tust for the photograph.

Markings: Looks like "J & W KILLON CHESTER".

Manufacturer: Killons had a pumpmaking and wellsinking business in Chester.
preston-on-the-hill, 2014

rostherne, 2016 The pump at Rostherne, Cheshire, was erected to commemorate the Queen's Jubilee. It has two spouts, the upper being capped off and the lower fitted with a stopcock. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photos.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.
rostherne, 2016

saighton, 2016 At the war memorial at Saighton, Cheshire. Thanks to Marcus Simms for the photos. A nearby inscription reads: saighton, 2016
Pump Donated By Saighton W.I.
To Commemorate The Year 2000.
Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

Styal, Cheshire See separate page.

upton The village pump at Upton, Cheshire. Apparently it was last used regularly in about 1900, although during WW2 they readied it for use again. These days they still look after the pump as a significant piece of their town's street furniture, and they won a Best Kept Village Award in 1978 and similar in 2003. Photograph supplied by John Bolton - thanks, John.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

Waverton, Cheshire See separate page.

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