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Memorial

Hyde Park bomb - the horses Hyde Park bomb - water trough

Fountain: Hyde Park bomb - the horses

Erection date: 1985

Inscription

{Plaque on the south end:}
This trough was donated to the City of London in 1892. In 1985 it was removed from Victoria Embankment, near Temple Precincts and presented to the Household Cavalry Regiment in memory of the horses killed and injured in the terrorist bombing at Hyde Park.

Site: Hyde Park bomb - water trough (2 memorials)

W1, South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park

This trough was originally installed in 1892 at Victoria Embankment, "near Temple Precincts" which must mean somewhere between Temple Place and Temple Avenue. It was moved here in 1985 as a memorial to the horses killed by the bomb.

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Hyde Park bomb - the horses

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horses killed and injured in the terrorist bombing at Hyde Park

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Hyde Park bomb

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Hyde Park bomb - the horses

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Corporation of the City of London

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Hyde Park bomb - the horses

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Buxton water trough - Hyde Park

{Engraved in the north end:} The gift of J. H. Buxton 1892

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