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Coronation Fountain, North Promenade


Plaque reads: "This drinking fountain was erected on 12th May 1937 to commemorate the coronation of T. M. King George and Queen Elizabeth". The fountain is Grade II listed as it is now a rare example of a once ubiquitous form of street furniture.[1] The Coronation Fountain got a makeover with the rennovation of the Promenade in 2017.
Whitley Bay Promenade Historic Buildings and Monuments in North Tyneside 1937
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Fountain, Whitley Bay

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Coronation Fountain Northern Promenade Whitley Bay

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Fountain - Whitley Bay Prom

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Fountain - Whitley Bay Prom

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Drinking Fountain - Whitley Bay - List Entry
- "....The fountain is set within a large stone-flagged recess on the west side of North Promenade. It takes the form of a hexagonal cast-iron pillar with a stepped top; a ...

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List number: 1410877
List grade: 2
Borough: North Tyneside
Grid ref: NZ3523273244

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