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Description: Town Well
Date Listed: 26 June 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 333382
OS Grid Reference: SE4389369908
OS Grid Coordinates: 443893, 469908
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1232, -1.3299
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SE 4369 HELPERBY MAIN STREET
9/38 (west side)
Town well, given in 1897. Sandstone with leaded ogee dome with lion finial. Octagonal
Tuscan columns on high pedestals supporting dentilled cornice. Brass head water spout
and stone basin. Inscribed as follows:- '1837 VR 1897. To commemorate 60 years of the
reign of Queen Victoria. This artesian well and building were given to the inhabitants
of Helperby by James Coates. 30th June 1897. God Save the Queen'.
Listing NGR: SE4389369908
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Source: English Heritage
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