John Wallis Titt
Late nineteenth-century English mechanical engineer and builder of a particular design of large wind engine.- John Wallis Titt
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Windmills are powered by their sails.
Annular sails were also employed on large wind engines, such as the Titt engine at Crux Easton, Hampshire.
Ancient market town with a nearby garrison, and civil parish in south west Wiltshire, England, on the western edge of Salisbury Plain.
One example was the Woodcock Ironworks, set up by John Wallis Titt in the town in the mid-1870s to make agricultural machines.
Village and civil parish in the county of Wiltshire, in the south west of England.
John Wallis Titt, engineer, was born in Chitterne.
Nature reserve owned and managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at Minsmere, Suffolk.
Built by the millwright Collins of Melton, it was blown down in the 1920s and a Titt windpump was erected on the site to drive the scoopwheel.
Broome railway station serves the villages of Broome and Aston on Clun in Shropshire, England.
In 1895 a wind engine was erected at the station for the London and North Western Railway by John Wallis Titt.
Between the villages of Bentworth to the south and Lasham to the north.
It was designed by John Wallis Titt, and a wind engine supplied the station buildings and cottages with power.
Railway station in the village of Cliddesden, Hampshire, UK.
It was made by John Wallis Titt.
Hinton Charterhouseis a small village and civil parish in the Bath and North East Somerset unitary authority, Somerset, England.
In 1895 a Titt iron wind engine was installed to pump water from a spring by Bath Union Rural District Council.
The Isle of Man has had a number of windmills over the centuries.
A Titt iron wind engine was erected at Castletown in May 1892, replacing a steam engine.
Crux Easton wind engine is a Grade II listed Titt wind engine, used as a windpump, at Crux Easton, Hampshire, England, which has been restored to working order.