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Water tower at Handcross Park
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Water tower at Handcross Park

The photograph is of the water tower of Handcross Park taken from the extensive gardens.
The tower is described in the sales particulars of July 1905 attached to picture #13 as:-
A High Water Tower of Noble Architectural Elevation. To the top of which water is pumped from a well about 45 ft deep to supply the Mansion, Stabling, Gardens, Farm Buildings and Premises.
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Picture added on 02 September 2018 at 19:08
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