Bronze statue of Queen Victoria, depicted as she would have been at her first jubilee in 1887, wearing full regalia, crowned, and with a wreath symbolising her status as Empress of India.
The statue is flanked by two stone lions.
1837 - 1901
Signed: alfred drury a.r.a. / sculptor
iohn w simpson architect
singer frome / founder
Unveiled 4 May 1904 by the Prince of Wales (George V).
- Alfred Drury (Islington, London 1859 - 1944),
British architectural sculptor
Sources & Information
Location N 53°47'28" W 1°45'23"
Item Code: gbyh012; Photograph: 31 July 2012
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