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Drinking Fountain, St Paul's Church


The old drinking fountain, dated 1864, is built into the boundary wall of St Paul's Church in Whitey Bay. It is a Grade II listed structure.

Church of St Paul 1864 Historic Buildings and Monuments in North Tyneside
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St Paul's Church - Whitley Bay

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DRINKING FOUNTAIN EAST OF CHURCH OF ST PAUL - Whitley Bay - List Entry
- "Drinking fountain east of Church of St. Paul. G.V. II Drinking fountain. Dated 1864. Coursed squared sandstone; cast iron bowl. DRINKING FOUNTAIN in low relief on iron bowl set ...

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List number: 1355006
List grade: 2
Borough: North Tyneside
Grid ref: NZ3540872056

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