Waresley, Cambs (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).
|This one's at the entrance to what used to be Waresley Hall,
Waresley, Cambs, built about 1840 but now demolished. The carved coat of arms
and motto have weathered badly and are now indecipherable. Photograph by John
Hurst - thanks, John.
|Near the church at Waresley, Cambs, this lead pump is protected by iron banded octagonal wooden boxing . Photo supplied by Michael Burgess - thanks, Michael. An article in Cambridgeshire Life, dated Oct 1988, says that at that time it was still stuffed with straw. The stone shelter carries an inscription:|