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TitleOfWork: Village Pump and Coat of Arms
DescriptionOfPhoto: View of wall, pump and coat of arms.
Dimensions: 76cm high x 61cm wide x 6cm deep (Coat of Arms)
Medium: sandstone
Location: In a wall at the entrance to Rectory Mews from Boat Lane
AtoZReference: p.44 3D
Street: Rectory Mews
TownOrVillage: Sprotbrough
MetropolitanBorough: Doncaster
Photographer: Dave Ball
ImageCopyright: Sheffield Hallam University
AccessionNumber: d069a
Description: A rebuilt section of wall. In a niche is sited a worn stone basin with traces of the original pump behind it. Above it on the stone wall is a coat of arms.

Inscription: none

Commission: Information on an adjacent plaque states that the pump was moved in 1987 from a site on Main Street in the village.

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