Lion's Head Hydrants
I've had over a dozen of these decorative hydrants accepted, but I cannot get this one in despite trying four times and appealing once (rejected because it was just a "generic hydrant"). Other rejection reasons are inconclusive or missing.
I think I've got a good reference and details about the object and its significance. I don't really understand what is wrong with it.. proposed wayspot is at https://maps.app.goo.gl/fHB7LRoV5ftf6VVz7
1930s Decorative Hydrant, Shelton
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Made by Glenfield and Kennedy of Kilmarnock, these elegant pieces of street furniture were installed in the 1930s to bring safe and clean drinking water to local villages, this one stands next to the village post box. Obsolete today, they can still be found in many North Bedfordshire villages if you look closely enough.
Shelton Rd, Huntingdon PE28 0NW, UK
Encourages exploration. Historical object, with safe public access. you can see that this one is next to a publicly accessible post box, it has safe pedestrian access and is on the public highway. These objects are almost always accepted as wayspots due to the historical interest. See https://bedsarchives.bedford.gov.uk/CommunityHistories/Little-Staughton/Little-Staughton-Standpipes.aspx for more info on this type of object.