Wednesbury - A Tilt Engine: pen and ink drawing

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Date:1710

Description:'A Tilt Engine for forcing of Water done by John Cooper Carpenter in the parsh (sic) of Wednesbury.' A working drawing showing twin buckets filled by a stream of water, which rise and fall alternately and work two pumps. Artist: John Cooper.


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1760s
Wednesbury - Old House: water colour painting
Wednesbury - Old House: water colour painting

'Old House at Wednesbury.' Showing a Tudor house of two storeys behind a garden ...

1820s
Wednesbury Church: lithograph
Wednesbury Church: lithograph

'Wednesbury Church. To the Revd. J. Clarkson, Vicar of Wednesbury. This Plate ...

1840s
Wednesbury Church - Monument to Thomas and Eleanor Parkes: water colour painting
Wednesbury Church - Monument to Thomas and Eleanor Parkes: water colour painting

Showing a monument to Thomas and Eleanor Parkes [1602] and an ancient Lectern. ...

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Donor ref:SV-XII.8 (45/10297)

Source: William Salt Library

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