Agricultural and horticultural equipment
1920 - 1930
870 mm (H)1060 mm (W)583 mm (D)
Beningbrough Hall, North Yorkshire (Accredited Museum)
A coal hopper, made up of three broad planks of wood on each side and both ends, with iron bands rivetted around the ends, and three iron wheels. The hopper was used by servants to transport coal from the house basement via a small luggage lift to the top floor, where it was stored in a bunker.