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Durham City, Market Place, Pant & Neptune statue

The first Pant, source of water piped from Fram Well since before 1729. Replaced in 1863 and again in 1900 by the last fountain which was demolished in 1923, the Neptune statue being moved to Wharton Park. Copied from an original photograph.

1850 - 1875
Durham City
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