Twin Victorian village pumps at Dingley

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Comments (11)

Bobsky on February 1, 2012

This to me seems quite a rarity two hand pumps from the same source maybe one is deeper, They were spotted on the corner of Church Lane Dingley village.

Ela Pok on February 3, 2012

Wspaniały zabytek, Ładne ujęcie.FL. Pozdrawiam. Ela

Bobsky on February 3, 2012

Hi Elah Every village had their own water pump with fresh clean water,now people buy water in bottles they are reluctant to drink the water from the taps. Thanks for the welome F/L. Regards Bob

Grey-Eagle Ray on February 3, 2012

I like this one Bob. Two objects d'art, thank goodness they are preserved for the England Heritage.

Greetings from France Ray

PS: On this day, 3 February 1399

Death of John of Gaunt, the 4th son of Edward III, who transformed Kenilworth Castle into a sumptuous residence?

Bobsky on February 3, 2012

Hi Ray Not thats many working hand operated water pumps to be found in the villages.Saying that I have spotted two more this week on my travels. Regards Bob

Yanat on February 12, 2012

It's interesting !!!Nice shot!!L-2 Regards,Yanat

Bobsky on February 12, 2012

Hi Yanat Its a good subject for the camera I like to photograph objects and places of interest in the small village, plus the many old trees that each village seem to have, each have a story to tell, if you talk to the local people. Thanks for the L-2. Regards Bob

Inka Cze on February 12, 2012

Interesting pumps,beautiful presented !

LIKE.Greetings.Inka.

Bobsky on February 12, 2012

Hi Inka Glad you like the village pumps. Many thanks for the Like. Regards Bob

:-)Fiala(-: on February 28, 2012

Interesting pumps!!!L!!!

Greetings Fiala

Bobsky on February 28, 2012

Hi Fiala They are the best pair of village pumps, I have ever seen. Thanks for the LIKE. Regards Bob

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 1, 2012
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    by Bobsky
    • Camera: SAMSUNG WB500, WB510 / VLUU WB500 / SAMSUNG HZ10W
    • Taken on 2012/02/01 12:39:20
    • Exposure: 0.006s (1/180)
    • Focal Length: 6.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.900
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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