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

[All photos by Marcus Simms - thanks, Marcus.]

strangford In the courtyard of Castle Ward, a NT property near Strangford, Co. Down.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

strangford Near the courtyard at Castle Ward.

Markings: Flag, No 5, "Made in England", and "SsD".

Manufacturer: Lee Howl.

strangford A lift and force pump in the laundry at Castle Ward.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

strangford A chain pump (unusually, complete with chain) at Castle Ward.
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Markings: On one side:
THE “WALLACE”
1182
A
J.WALLACE & SONS LTD.

1180
DENNISTOUN
GLASGOW.
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And on the other side:
THE “WALLACE”
1182
THE “WALLACE”
1181
CHAIN PUMP
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Manufacturer: John Wallace & Sons of Dennistoun, Glasgow.

strangford At Myra Castle, Strangford.

Markings: "PARRY", "3" and "BRITISH MAKE".

Manufacturer: Parry.
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strangford At Myra Castle, Strangford. This model is different from the standard "Belfast Pattern" pumps seen widely around Northern Ireland, and it has been suggested that perhaps it was an early version, later to be discontinued.

Markings: "MAGEE & Co BELFAST".

Manufacturer: Magee & Co, Belfast.
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strangford At Myra Castle, Strangford, minus its cap.

Markings: "J. TATE [?] DOWNPATRICK" - but difficult to decipher.

Manufacturer: No referrences found.
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strangford A sad remnant at Myra Castle, Strangford.

Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

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