Greenwood Estate: Functional Items

Houses back then were really self-contained. Photos 1 shows the instructions on how to use small hand-pump fire engine while photos 2-3 are of fire engines.

 

Photo 4 machine used to ‘clock in’ labourers, it prints out a time ticket & still works.

Photo 5 water filter attached to gutters from the roof and charcoal to purify water.

 

Photo 6 horse drawn fire engine.

 

Photo 7 large iron domestic water tank.

 

Photo 8 a black carriage hearse along with a regular carriage in the ‘garage’

 

Photo 10 sun dial

 

Photo 11 barber’s chair

 

Photo 12 & 13 a chair occupying that library that doubles as a step-ladder

 

Photo 14 a loom for weaving cloth.

Photo 15 a game

 

Photo 16 Jester’s chair with monarch painting in background.

 

Photo 17 two of the time pieces seen

 

Photo 18 a food trolley/serving cart seen on the balcony

 

Photo 19 bindery/printing press

 

Feel free to improve this blog post by commenting the names, descriptions or use of the items photographed. Thank you!

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