Are there any more Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association cattle troughs in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea? If you know of any other cattle troughs in Kensington and Chelsea please send me details.
In April 1907 a 9ft 6in trough  was erected near Chelsea Bridge. It was paid for by Lady Banbury in memory of her father TB Beale Esq. It may have been moved to Blackpool.
In May 1890 a 9ft 6in trough  was erected in Dartery Road, World's End. The gift of Miss Sloan Stanley. In October 1954 this trough was given to New Era Industrial, Tottenham.
In March 1902 a 9ft 6in trough  was erected in Richmond Road (now Lillie Road) near Brompton Cemetery. It was paid for by 2 sisters. Misses Mays. Inscription: “Erected by two sisters”.
In December 1900 a 9ft 6in trough  was erected in Westbourne Grove by the cab stand. It was paid for by Miss Gertrude Foster.
If you know what happened to any of these lost cattle troughs please send me details.
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Are there any more Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association drinking fountains in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea? If you know of any other drinking fountains in Kensington and Chelsea please send me details.
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