Building    From 1471 

Aldermanbury water conduit

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Building

Erected under the will of Sir W. Eastfield. Destroyed in the Great Fire but rebuilt. Finally removed in the 18th century.

2023: A London Inheritance has a very informative post, with photos of two 'conduits' which were small buildings housing a reservoir of water.

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Aldermanbury water conduit

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Aldermanbury conduit

The Aldermanbury conduit stood in this street providing free water, 1471 - 18...

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