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Fountain, Ropner Park


At the centre of Ropner Park is a three-tiered cast iron ornamental fountain. It was built in 1893, made by Walter Macfarlane and Company of Saracen Foundry, Glasgow. The park and fountain were restored 2006-8. The fountain is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England (listed 7th February, 2022). 

Ropner Park Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stockton-on-Tees 1893
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Restored fountain at Ropner Park

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Fountain, Ropner Park

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Fountain, Ropner Park

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Ropner Park

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Fountain, Ropner Park, Stockton-on-Tees - List Entry
- "....a three-tiered spray fountain. The octofoil lower basin is set into a concrete base. The outer rim of the basin has a repeating pattern of passion-flower rosettes separated by scrolled ...

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List number: 1477633
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4341018200
District: Tees Valley

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