Regent's Park, Broad Walk

LocationIn the centre of the northern end of Broad Walk.
InscriptionTHIS FOUNTAIN
ERECTED BY THE
METROPOLITAN DRINKING FOUNTAIN
AND CATTLE TROUGH ASSOCIATION
WAS THE GIFT OF
SIR COWASJEE JEHANGIR
(COMPANION OF THE STAR OF INDIA)
A WEALTHY PARSEE GENTLEMAN OF BOMBAY
AS A TOKEN OF GRATITUDE TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND
FOR THE PROTECTION ENJOYED BY HIM AND HIS PARSEE
FELLOW COUNTRYMEN UNDER THE BRITISH RULE IN INDIA
INAUGURATED BY
H.R.H. PRINCESS MARY, DUCHESS OF TECK. 1869
MDFCTA number0153
Type and sizeFountain and two dog troughs design 7. Granite and Marble.
Original locationNorth End of Broad Walk, Regents Park
Date erectedJuly 1869
CommentsThe "Ready Money" fountain. Regents Park No 1. The gift of Mr Cawarje Readymoney.