238 items found

The ancient water pump outside the Red Lion Inn, Broadclyst. 22.8.91 (1991)

Water tower, Dunkeswell. 4.10.89 (1989)

Work on the Pinhoe tunnel, part of the Clyst Valley water supply scheme. 15.6.84 (1984)

Topsham water tower. 21.9.83 (1983)

Claire Weston, the clerk to Kentisbeare Parish Council, inspects the village's refurbished spring water supply. 17.4.90 (1990)

Alan Hayes testing Beer's water supply. 5.9.89 (1989)

John Fletcher

Pump at Lympstone. 22.8.83 (1983)

Derek Meredith

Highfield water tower, Topsham. 14.3.84 (1984)

Sub-agent Stephen Turner at the entrance to the tunnel being build below Pinhoe by McFaddens. 15.6.84 (1984)

Exeter : Static Water Tanks and Emergency Pipelines 1939-45 (1981)

T. J. R. Elston

Waterfuture 2015-2040: What's in the Pipeline (2015)

Water in the city: the aqueducts and underground passages of Exeter (2014)

Mark Stoyle

Drinking water 2012: Public waters supplies in the western region of England, July 2013 : a report by the Chief Inspector of Drinking Water (2012)

Devon Water Bill: special report of the Legal and General Purposes Committee, 17th December, 1959 (1959)

Regulations with respect to the prevention of waste, misuse, undue consumption, or contamination of water (1914)

Official opening of the Rver Tavy water scheme by Dame Evelyn Sharp, D.B.E. Permanent Secretary Ministry of Housing and Local Government, Saturday, 3rd October, 1959 at Crownhill Water Treatment Works (1959)

A history of Chudleigh's water supply (n.d)

Desmond Shears

Bye-laws made by the Mayor, Aldermen and citizens of the city of Plymouth, acting by the council, for preventing the waste, undue consumption, misuse or contamination of the water of the said council ... (1920)

Waterworks regulations and charges (1907)

General charges, rules and regulations for water supply within the district (1937)

Byelaws made under section 17 of the Water Act, 1945... preventing waste, undue consumption, misuse or contamination of water supplied by them (1955)

Directors' report (1881-1901)

Directors' report (1871-1881)

An appraisal of Denbury Cistern by the people of Denbury, 2003 (2003)

Water tower at Dunkeswell. 19.10.1989 (1989)

Exeter underground passages. 12.4.90 (1990)

[Pump at Cheddar, 20th July 1906] ([1906])

Pocknell, Edward [attributed]

Garry Marshall inspects the in the Exeter underground passages for damage following flooding.. 9.9.92 (1992)

Jackson, Ian

Tour guides Garry Marshall, left, and Graham Berridge pictured in the Exeter underground passages. 3.10.91 (1991)

Viccy Wilcox

Alison Blagden and Glenn Sismore-Hunt, guides at the Exeter underground passages. 12.4.90 (1990)

?18th century leaden tank (1915)

C. S. Wheeler

Water conduit. From Jenkin's His. of Exeter (1912)

Hare, Mary

Water for life and livelihoods: a consultation on the draft river management plan south west river basin district (2008)

Lead cistern found at Civet Cat, High St. ([1912?])

Town pump, Winkleigh, Devon (c.1900)

Drinking water 2008: western region of England, July 2009 : a report by the Chief Inspector of Drinking Water (1887)

Piped water supplies at Morwellham - 1856 to the present day (1984)

R. Pymm

Before the flood: the story of Drift Dam (1998)

A natural solution abstraction of water from Loggans Stream, Hayle (2004)

Arthur Fairhurst

Report on the underground passages in Exeter (1932)

Tracing of the Carfoix (Quatre-voies) or Water Conduit which stood near the crossing of High Street with North and South Streets ([1850?])

Tracing ..

A view of the south and east sides of the Old Conduit in Fore-street Exon (1773)

Maria Blackamore

Exeter underground passages: passage under Plaza in rock looking south going towards the old city wall (c.1935)

Exeter underground passages: looking south towards manhole under Plaza (c.1935)

Exeter underground passages: near city wall : shows manhole and oldish pipe (c.1935)

Exeter underground passages: near Bampfylde Street looking south : change of section of passage (c.1935)

The Plymouth Leat ([1850?])

The Plymouth Leat ([1850?])

James Golsworthy and the Exeter city water supply during the 1832 cholera epidemic (1998)

Alan John Killingback

Exeter underground passages. Showing ancient water pipe. HH875 ([1920?])

Walter Scott (Sir)