Special Design Drinking Fountains

Many of the surviving MDFCTA drinking fountains have a unique, special design.

St. Sepulchre without Newgate church

St. Botolph without Aldersgate church

Cornhill Fountain

Spitalfields

Isleworth

Stratford

Limehouse

St. Pancras station

Weybridge

Epping Forest

Wimbledon Parkside

Chelsea Embankment

Hornsey

Burgess Hill

Prince's Circus

Hammersmith

Clapham Common

St. George’s Hospital, Hyde Park Corner

Limpsfield

St. Dunstan-In-The-West, Fleet Street

Tunbridge Wells

Kingston Market

St. Mary Abbot’s hospital

Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead

Victoria Tower Gardens

Lincolns Inn Fields (north-west corner)

Guilford Place

Tunbridge Wells

Rusthall

Old Street

St. Pancras, Old Church

Portman Square

Bryanston Square

Regent's Park, Gloucester Gate

St. John’s Wood

Kensington Gardens, Two Bears

St. Martin-in-the-Fields

Duncannon Street

Streatham Green

Berkeley Square

Victoria Embankment Gardens

West Smithfield Gardens

Endell Street

St. Botolph’s, Aldgate

St. Botolph’s, Bishopsgate (north)

Kentish Town station

Salter Memorial, Camden

St Martin’s Gardens, Camden

Primrose Hill

Brick Lane

Geffrye Museum

Aldermanbury

Old Billingsgate Market

Richmond Green

Carter Lane

Blackheath Village

Highgate Wood

Norwood Recreation Ground

Keston

Lewisham

British Museum

Pinner

King George's Park, Wandsworth

Aldershot

Penge Recreation Ground

Dean Gardens, West Ealing

St. Leonards esplanade

Carmarthen

Bristol

Birchington

Kennington Park

Old Palace Yard

St. Botolph’s, Bishopsgate (south)

Bedford

Lightwoods Park

Elstree

Weston, Bath

Brentford

Horton Kirby

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Wrythe Recreation Ground

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