An antique stone pump trough from Worcestershire with a rounded front and a drainage hole through the base, now raised on two tapered stone supports. This is a good example of a typical pump trough which is much enhanced by being raised off the ground. Originally pump troughs were often raised off the ground and frequently stood on brick piers. The height of the trough on it's own is 8".
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