Categories of Special Interest
1899 - 1917
Freestanding cast-iron "lion mask" water hydrant, extant 1917. Now disused. Street fronted on concrete footpath.
A "lion mask" water hydrant supplied by Glenfield and Kennedy (established 1852) of Kilmarnock representing an interesting example of mass-produced cast-iron work making a pleasing, if largely inconspicuous visual statement in an urban street scene.