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Description: Russell Spring and Raised Walkway
Date Listed: 26 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 126809
OS Grid Reference: SP1618634592
OS Grid Coordinates: 416186, 234592
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0095, -1.7656
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3P1634 NW 9/103 BLOCKLEY HIGH STREET
Russell Spring and
Mid C19: Drystone rubble retaining wall with soldier course to parapet and plain
string at path level. Follows line of road: starts at Arlington Terrace and extends
to approximately 25 yds short of Rock Bank. The highest point, above Russell Spring,
is about 11 ft.
Russell Spring, nearly opposite entrance to Malvern House is a simple gabled aedicule
to a niche with a water spout in it. The tympanum is inscribed "Water from the Living
Rock God's Precious Gift to Man" and over the niche "Russell Spring". Built with
unemployed labour during winter under the supervision of Richard Belcher, the Parish
Named after Lucy Russell (d. 1858) who worked the nearby mill c1800-1820.
Listing NGR: SP1618634592
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Source: English Heritage
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