St. Andrew (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).
|In Le Grais Lane, off Route de L'Issue, St. Andrew. The lead tank carries an embossed inscription:|
|Which is the oldest date I've found on a Guernsey pump. Above it an engraved plaque carries the words:|
ST ANDREWS PARISH
40 YEARS OF PEACE
|We've subsequently been told that this 1985 restoration made use of a replacement pump which came from a farmhouse at La Ramée, St. Peter Port.|
|Markings: None other.
|On Rue des Landes/Landes St., St. Andrew. We're told that the pump
was installed for decorative purposes, and that there is no water source
associated with it. Certainly the chopped off delivery pipe implies that it had
a former role elsewhere in lifting water to a house or barn.
Manufacturer: Lee Howl.
Poidevins, St. Andrew. Thanks to Ann Wragg for the photos.
Markings: "PAROISSE DE ST ANDRE 1899".
|On La Rue
des Hougues, St. Andrew. (Oh dear, camera defeated the
Markings: "1896" and some floral decorations.