The Dalmuir Park fountain was gifted by Provost Leckie in 1907.
In the past this was a drinking fountain as there was fresh running water being piped through and visitors could have a drink of water by means of a metal cup. These days however, the fountain no longer has fresh running water running through it.
In 2012, as part of the restoration project, the fountain was restored to its former glory. There are still a few finishing touches required and these will be completed in 2013. The fountain has some fantastic detail and as you can see, the golden eagle on the top of the fountain is very prominent, having been painted in gold leaf.
An information panel has been installed at the fountain.