Windpump, Hornsea Railway Station
The location of the windpump is not shown on OS maps. However there is a photo locating it next to the signal box. According to Roy Gregory (Windmills of Yorkshire, 2009, p.91) the windpump was erected in 1864 to lift water into the header tank to be fed by gravity to the locomotives.
|Mill type||Horizontal windmill|
|Mill function||Pumping mill/wheel|
|Location||Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire|
|Country||England, United Kingdom|
|NGR||TA 2065 4749|
- Gregory, R and Turner, L, Windmills of Yorkshire (Stenlake Publishing Ltd, 2009)
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