Cattle Troughs & Drinking Fountains in the London Borough of Ealing

Cattle Troughs

Uxbridge Road

Haven Green

Saint Mary’s Ealing

Southall Green

Acton Park

Norwood Green

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

Lost and Missing cattle troughs

On 4 October 1918 a 6ft 6in trough [2057] was erected in Horn Lane, Acton.

In September 1878 a 9ft 6in trough [0528] was erected at Ealing Common East. Cost defrayed by local subscription through Miss Crompton.

In September 1878 a 9ft 6in trough [0529] was erected at Ealing Common West. Cost defrayed by local subscription through Miss Crompton.

In April 1907 a 9ft 6in trough [1722] was erected in Mattock Lane, Ealing.

On 23 August 1946 a 9ft 6in trough [2894] was erected in Whitton Avenue, West. This may have been removed in 1957.

On 16 September 1946 a 9ft 6in trough [2896] was erected in Horseden Lane near the junction with Robin Hood Way. This may have been removed in 1958.

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

Drinking Fountains

Ealing Common

Ealing Common

St. Mary’s church, Ealing

Elthorne Park

Conolly Dell, Hanwell

Churchfields Recreation Ground, Hanwell

Churchfields Recreation Ground, Hanwell

Dean Gardens, West Ealing

Are there any more Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association drinking fountains in the London Borough of Ealing? If you know of any other drinking fountains in Ealing please send me details.

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