Bloxworth (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).
[Thanks to Shawn Shaw for all the photos.]
Markings: Just an "R" on the lead tank.
|Also in Bloxworth, Dorset.
Markings: "PARRY", "2½" and, on the other side of the barrel, some very indistinct words which could just be "BRITISH MAKE"
|At the Lodge at Bloxworth, Dorset. This old lead pump has been
crudely modified to take a second "nose", and the original nose extended in a
similarly unsympathetic manner.
Markings: The fancy embossed outline on the lead tank contains no markings.
|Also at the Lodge at Bloxworth, Dorset.|
|The Lodge was the rectory of Rev George Pickard in his day. "Upon succeeding to a cousin's estate in 1848 the family subsumed the name Cambridge to become the Pickard-Cambridge family. His 5th son Octavius followed his father as Rector of Bloxworth and Winterborne Thomson and was a renowned expert in the field of spiders." A field of spiders... hmm.|
|Markings: "G.P", "1825" and two floral