Steble Fountain

Steble Fountain

The Steble fountain, in William Brown Street, Liverpool, England, is a fountain consisting of a circular basin of stone and a bronze centrepiece depicting the four seasons. It was a gift to the city from Colonel RF Steble in 1877, who was a Mayor of Liverpool. The design is by W Cunliffe.

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