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Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain
Jubilee Fountain

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A drinking fountain made of sandstone ashlar with a timber and tiled roof and granite fountain. An octagonal shelter with panelled plinths to Ionic columns supporting a roof with lead cap and iron finial. There are alternate open semicircular arches and inside is a turned basin, square fountain and an urn on top.
Title

Jubilee Fountain

Date

1897

Medium

marble & wood

Measurements

H 600 x W (?) x D (?) cm

Accession number

BS9_PF_S183

Acquisition method

presented by Francis Tagart to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee

Work type

Water fountain, trough or pump

Owner

Bristol City Council

Custodian

Bristol City Council

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Listing date

04/03/77

Access

at all times

Inscription description

PRESENTED TO STOKE BISHOP IN MEMORY OF THE 60TH YEAR OF QUEEN VICTORIA’S REIGN BY FRANCIS TAGART OF OLD SNEED PARK

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Located at

Stoke Hill, Bristol City

BS9 1ER

Near the bottom of Stoke Hill opposite the shops at the junction of Druid Hill and Tunstall Close.