Rotary Pump Ballymagorry Village. This cast iron pump on the main street of the village is an important remnant of its history. Once, it would have been a focus of village life as the main source of water. Of a standard type, its circular arms act as a fly wheels with built in counter weights to aid pumping up water by hand. Once a common site, eleven examples are known to remain in Northern Ireland. It dates from after 1905.