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ERROL VILLAGE, THE CROSS, MARKET CROSS AND WATER FOUNTAINLB11592

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
09/06/1981
Supplementary Information Updated
21/09/2001
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
Parish
Errol
NGR
NO 25070 22776
Coordinates
325070, 722776

Description

Johnston & Baxter, Dundee, 1900; Alexander Neilson, Dundee, sculptor. Red Dumfries sandstone columnar market cross with bronze unicorn finial and Peterhead granite basins at base. Small drinking troughs (for dogs) at base receive overflow from trefoil-plan basins below circular pedestal with carved lion's head fountain and 2 bronze panels, 1 with crown, 'VR' and '1837-1897' in relief, the other inscribed 'THIS WATER-SUPPLY PRESENTED TO ERROL DISTRICT BY SIR WILLIAM AND LADY OGILVY DALGLEISH OF ERROL, 1897'. Moulded cornice above giving way to battered column, carved thistles and Ionic capital, the whole surmounted by unicorn with shield.

Statement of Special Interest

The water supply for Errol had long been a serious problem, solved in 1897 when a supply was obtained from moorland above Fingask. The whole cost of ?9000 was paid by Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish of Errol Park.

References

Bibliography

J W Small SCOTTISH MARKET CROSSES (1900), plate 74. L Melville ERROL (1935), p77.

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