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Drinking Fountain Approximately 16 Metres East of Central Buildings

A Grade II Listed Building in Staindrop, County Durham

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Latitude: 54.5804 / 54°34'49"N

Longitude: -1.8031 / 1°48'11"W

OS Eastings: 412825

OS Northings: 520599

OS Grid: NZ128205

Mapcode National: GBR HHVG.FT

Mapcode Global: WHC5L.84MD

Plus Code: 9C6WH5JW+5Q

Entry Name: Drinking Fountain Approximately 16 Metres East of Central Buildings

Listing Date: 30 September 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1160393

English Heritage Legacy ID: 111509

Location: Staindrop, County Durham, DL2

County: County Durham

Civil Parish: Staindrop

Built-Up Area: Staindrop

Traditional County: Durham

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): County Durham

Church of England Parish: Staindrop

Church of England Diocese: Durham

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NZ 1220
17/144 Drinking fountain
approximately 16
metres east of
Central Buildings


Drinking fountain. Dated 1865. Gift to Staindrop parish from Lady Augusta
Mary Poulet, in memory of Henry and Sophia, Duke and Duchess of Cleveland.
Sandstone ashlar, some pink. Gothic style. Round column c.2 metres high on
moulded square base, with clasping band and water leaf capital; high gabled
coping, with coronets and commemorative inscriptions in gable peaks, and
crockets between gables at base of narrower column finial with conical coping
carved in style of roof with lucarnes. Round basin attached to east side of
base; damaged tap above in clasping band.

Listing NGR: NZ1282720597

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