Pump it Up
There are old Victorian waterpumps scattered beside roads throughout London, from the city to the suburbs. For some reason, they have been left in place, although little information is available for them. Unusually, this one has a plaque on it that tells us: "...(it was) rescued in 1962 when the 1771 bridge was being replaced". Hard to think that one time, this would have been a life giving source to man and animals. These days, they are more likely to be ornaments.
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