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Brickhill, Milton Keynes - with a cracked cap. Thanks to John Hurst for the
pump in a field at Emberton, Milton Keynes. Thanks to John Hurst for the
Markings: None discernible at a distance.
|A very smart pump at Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes, very similar to one at Sherington. Thanks to John Hurst for the photos. A nearby plaque states:|
|THIS PUMP WAS REPLACED
THE SILVER JUBILEE
OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II
1952 - 1977
Manufacturer: Possibly Hayward Tyler & Co.
Keynes Village, Milton Keynes. Thanks to Geoff Wheeler for the
Markings: "RC 6".
|Olney, Milton Keynes.||See
Church End, Milton Keynes. Thanks to John Hurst for the
Markings: Possible Lion.
Manufacturer: Probably Joseph Evans.
|Sherington, Milton Keynes.||See
|A wood-boxed pump with a very nice lead tank, at Stacey Hill Farm
Museum, Wolverton, Mlton Keynes. Photo supplied by Michael Burgess - thanks,
Markings: A coat of arms and the name "Godfrey".
Manufacturer: Is Godfrey the maker or the benefactor?
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