The Wilkinson Memorial Drinking Fountain, Williamstown

#5 of 6 in Historic Sites in Williamstown
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • In the late 19 century, alcoholism was a cause of social problems. The Rev, George Wilkinson sponsored this handsome drinking fountain to provide potable drinking water. I was erected in 1875. It is.....  more »
  • They said that the Reverend Wilkinson , the rector of the Holy Trinity Church in Nelson Place a few hundred metres away, was one who championed the evils of alcohol and this rather interesting cast...  more »
  • Small fountain that's interesting to look at for a few seconds. It might be worth more of your time if it was bigger, or more visually stunning; but it's not, so it isn't.

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