Londons First Drinking Fountain




Londons First Drinking Fountain in London
No longer a working water fountain this dates from 1859.

In its heyday this fountain was a source of clean water used by up to 7000 people a day. The Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association were responsible for its existance along with many other fountains and troughs across London.

Nearest stations:
OG: City Thameslink 0.12km
UG: St Pauls 0.35km
OG&UG: London Blackfriars 0.52km


Opening Times:
Viewable on the footpath 24 hours a day

Always check details regarding opening hours, accessibility and pricing before travelling.


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