Cattle Troughs & Drinking Fountains in the Republic of Ireland

Cattle Troughs

Dublin

Dublin

Dublin

Wexford

Limerick

Portlaoise

Dublin

Dublin

Athy

Are there any more Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association cattle troughs in the Republic of Ireland? If you know of any other cattle troughs in the Republic of Ireland please send me details.

Lost and Missing cattle troughs

On 27 August 1907 a 6ft 6in trough [1728] was erected in Athy, Co. Kildare in the Market Square.

On 3 May 1912 a 6ft 6in trough [1906] was erected in Athboy, Co. Neath by the pump in the centre of town.

On 8 December 1931 a 9ft 6in trough [2515] was erected in Dublin at Haroldís Cross. This trough has a "Bills inscription".

On 30 September 1938 a 9ft 6in trough [2799] was erected in Dublin at South Dublin Quays.

On 24 April 1922 a 6ft 6in trough [2163] was erected in Waterford near the station.

On 10 May 1910 a 6ft 6in trough [1824] was erected in Waterford on Johnís Hill.

On 20 June 1925 a 6ft 6in trough [2274] was erected in Waterford.

In August 1903 a 9ft 6in trough [1574] was erected in Wexford Quay.

If you know what happened to any of these lost cattle troughs please send me details.

Drinking Fountains

I've not found any Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association drinking fountains in the Republic of Ireland. If you know of any drinking fountains in the Republic of Ireland please send me details.

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