Drinking fountain outside the Infirmary

The 1900s OS map shows a drinking fountain on the north west side of the Infirmary, at the junction of Newport Road and Glossop Road. On the 1910s map it appears to have been removed, in favour of a tramline intersection. Between 1911 and 1923 the Infirmary was known as the King Edward VII Hospital.

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Fountain outside Infirmary  
   
   
Fountain outside Infirmary  
Peacock "Autochrom" The Pictorial Statonery Co., Ltd. (postmarked 1906)  
   
Fountain outside Infirmary  
Pictorial Post Card (postmarked 1903)  
   
Fountain outside Infirmary  
Max Ettlinger & Co. Ltd., London E. C. and New York   Cardiff Series 1118
(postmarked 1907)
 
   
Fountain outside Infirmary

Looking south-east towards the infirmary from Newport Road.

The Grosvenor Series (postmarked 1917)  
   
Fountain outside Infirmary

This postcard has no postmark but has a George V penny stamp which suggests it was posted after June 3rd 1918.

W. H. S. & S. Ldn.