Turvey (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).

turvey Turvey, Beds. Thanks to John Hurst for the photos. A sign states: turvey turvey
And an incribed stone carries the poem:
O fountain pure, whose spring so sure
Has never yet run dry;
Thy water tells of deeper wells
Which living streams supply.
Thy spring, though pure, no thirst can cure
Who drinks will drink in vain;
Go, neighbour, try that deep supply;
Thou ne'er shalt thirst again.
There's a bit of history to the pump and "Nell's Well", which made national television news when it was shut down in1960, and it turns out that Nell was the wife of a local tinker. (Click on the image of the pub sign.)
Markings: None.

Manufacturer: Unk.

turvey By 2017 this one in Turvey, Beds, had lost its wooden cladding, to reveal a simple lead rat's tail pump with a missing operating rod. Thanks to John Hurst for the photo on the left, and Mike Woolford for the ones on the right.

Markings: A date - 1819 - and a floral/leaf design.

Manufacturer: Unk.
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