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Description: Drinking Fountain
Date Listed: 1 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146172
OS Grid Reference: SU5217813211
OS Grid Coordinates: 452178, 113211
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9160, -1.2591
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CURDRIDGE STATION HILL
SU 51 SW
Drinking fountain and horse trough. 1897. Column, in the form of a white stone
cap having Gothic mouldings ending in a crown at the top, above a plain short shaft
of polished pink granite, then an octagonal stone base, spreading by a series of
mouldings, above an octagonal sandstone foot. Extending from the base on one side
is a basin, and on the other a wide rectangular trough. Gothic lettering on a band
(of the capital) states 'In commemoration of the sixtieth year of the reign of Queen
Listing NGR: SU5224813250
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Source: English Heritage
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