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Background imageMemorial Collection: Liverpool War Memorial CC73_02987

Liverpool War Memorial CC73_02987
Groups of people surrounding the First World War memorial in the Cotton Exchange, Old Hall Street, Liverpool

Background imageMemorial Collection: Poppies: Wave 28825_008

Poppies: Wave 28825_008
Cascade Bridge and Weir, Bretton Park, Wakefield. This lies within the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in the grounds of Bretton Hall

Background imageMemorial Collection: Cenotaph DP180281

Cenotaph DP180281
The Cenotaph national war memorial, Whitehall, Westminster, London. Cenotaph with Spectra, a temporary installation by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda in the background. Night time view from north

Background imageMemorial Collection: Bootle War Memorial DP175404

Bootle War Memorial DP175404
War Memorial South of Balliol Road junction, Stanley Road, Bootle, Merseyside.Erected around1920 with figures signed M. Manenti

Background imageMemorial Collection: Southsea Common Memorial 29637_010

Southsea Common Memorial 29637_010
Royal Naval War Memorial, Southsea Common, City of Portsmouth. Photographed in September 2015

Background imageMemorial Collection: Boundary Stone

Boundary Stone
Dated 1816 and located on the site of the three shire stones, Cumbria. IoE 75841

Background imageMemorial Collection: Royal Naval Memorial Southsea DP173359

Royal Naval Memorial Southsea DP173359
The Royal Naval War Memorial, Clarence Esplanade, Southsea Common, Portsmouth, Hampshire

Background imageMemorial Collection: Loughborough Carillion DP219687

Loughborough Carillion DP219687
Carillion Tower, Queens Park, Loughborough, Leicestershire. Sir Walter Tappers carillion tower and war memorial opened in 1923 with music for the bells composed by Edward Elgar

Background imageMemorial Collection: Unveiling the Cenotaph SAM01 / 02 / 0074

Unveiling the Cenotaph SAM01 / 02 / 0074
The unveiling ceremony of the Cenotaph on Whitehall, Westminster, Greater London. The Cenotaph was unveiled on Armistice Day, 11 November, 1920 by King George V

Background imageMemorial Collection: Keswick War Memorial FAR01_01_127

Keswick War Memorial FAR01_01_127
The First World War memorial in Keswick, Cumbria, surrounded by floral wreaths. Photographed in the 1920s. Part of the G Farthing War Memorials Collection

Background imageMemorial Collection: Bolton War Memorial FAR01_01_076

Bolton War Memorial FAR01_01_076
St Georges Church, St Georges Road, Bolton. The First World War memorial. Photographed in the 1920s. Part of The G Farthing War Memorials Collection

Background imageMemorial Collection: Monument to fallen comrades CC73_03040

Monument to fallen comrades CC73_03040
Three Chelsea pensioners looking at the First World War memorial in Battersea Park, London, commemorating the 24th East Surrey Division. The memorial was designed and sculpted by Eric Henri Kennington

Background imageMemorial Collection: Charles Church 35150_052

Charles Church 35150_052
Charles Church, now a war memorial, the roof was destroyed in World War II, Plymouth, City of Plymouth, 2022

Background imageMemorial Collection: Charles Church 35149_038

Charles Church 35149_038
Charles Church, now a war memorial, the roof was destroyed in World War II, Plymouth, City of Plymouth, 2022

Background imageMemorial Collection: Spectra DP176412

Spectra DP176412
Victoria Tower Gardens, Millbank, Westminster, City of Westminster, Greater London. General view of the Spectra light installation by Ryoji Ikeda

Background imageMemorial Collection: Anchor memorial BB98_05609

Anchor memorial BB98_05609
Falmouth, Cornwall, 1906-1920. The Anchor of HMS St Vincent, built in 1815. Described on the plaque as a training ship for boys, it had been a 120-gun first-rate ship of the line

Background imageMemorial Collection: Lords memorial PLA01_03_0489

Lords memorial PLA01_03_0489
Lords Cricket Ground, Harris Garden, St John's Wood, City of Westminster, Greater London. The engraved tablet commemorating Lord Harris in the Harris Garden at Lord's Cricket Ground

Background imageMemorial Collection: W G Grace PLA01_03_1288

W G Grace PLA01_03_1288
Lord's Cricket Ground, Coronation Garden, St John's Wood, City of Westminster, Greater London. The statue of William Gilbert Grace in the Coronation Garden at Lord's Cricket Ground

Background imageMemorial Collection: W G Grace PLA01_03_1284

W G Grace PLA01_03_1284
The Champion, Wells Street, Marylebone, City of Westminster, Greater London. A stained glass window depicting cricketer William Gilbert Grace in the Champion public house in Wells Street, Marylebone

Background imageMemorial Collection: Champions Statue PLA01_03_1188

Champions Statue PLA01_03_1188
Champions Statue, Barking Road, Upton Park, Newham, Greater London. The Champions Statue, by Philip Jackson, depicts the 1966 FIFA World Cup winners who played for West Ham

Background imageMemorial Collection: Bobby Moore statue PLA01_03_1183

Bobby Moore statue PLA01_03_1183
Wembley Stadium, Olympic Way, Brent, Greater London. The statue of the footballer Bobby Moore by Philip Jackson at Wembley Stadium

Background imageMemorial Collection: Bobby Moore statue PLA01_03_1182

Bobby Moore statue PLA01_03_1182
Wembley Stadium, Olympic Way, Brent, Greater London. The statue of the footballer Bobby Moore by Philip Jackson at Wembley Stadium

Background imageMemorial Collection: Johnny Haynes statue PLA01_03_1088

Johnny Haynes statue PLA01_03_1088
CRAVEN COTTAGE, STEVENAGE ROAD, HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM, GREATER LONDON. The statue of Johnny Haynes outside the stadium at Craven Cottage, Fulham

Background imageMemorial Collection: Albert Memorial 35103_050

Albert Memorial 35103_050
The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens, Kensington, Greater London, 2021

Background imageMemorial Collection: Albert Memorial 35103_057

Albert Memorial 35103_057
The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens, Kensington, Greater London, 2021

Background imageMemorial Collection: Albert Memorial 35103_056

Albert Memorial 35103_056
The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens, Kensington, Greater London, 2021

Background imageMemorial Collection: Driving to Buckingham Palace WES01_01_04

Driving to Buckingham Palace WES01_01_04
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, THE MALL, ST JAMES, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view from the Mall of Buckingham Palace, showing the Queen Victoria Memorial fountain and gate piers

Background imageMemorial Collection: Helm DP055961

Helm DP055961
Furness Abbey, Barrow-In-Furness, Cumbria. Detail of the helm of a stone effigy of a knight in armour

Background imageMemorial Collection: Poppies: Wave 28825_009

Poppies: Wave 28825_009
Cascade Bridge and Weir, Bretton Park, Wakefield. This lies within the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in the grounds of Bretton Hall

Background imageMemorial Collection: Memorial Tank WSA01_01_GG0087

Memorial Tank WSA01_01_GG0087
City Walls, Canterbury, Canterbury, Kent. The First World War tank was presented to Canterbury in July 1919 to celebrate the Great Peace Day. 1920-1940. Walter Scott

Background imageMemorial Collection: First World War memorial in Battersea Park a064018

First World War memorial in Battersea Park a064018
The First World War memorial to the 24th East Surrey Division in Battersea Park, London. Photographed by John Gay

Background imageMemorial Collection: The Cenotaph a065897

The Cenotaph a065897
THE CENOTAPH, looking south along Parliament Street, Whitehall, London. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 18th September 1959 - 8th October 1959

Background imageMemorial Collection: The Cenotaph 1921 BL25601

The Cenotaph 1921 BL25601
WHITEHALL, London. A small group of people pay their respects at the Cenotaph in Whitehall which is adorned with recently placed wreaths

Background imageMemorial Collection: Trafalgar Monument IoE 474404

Trafalgar Monument IoE 474404
Anchor from HMS Victory set on battered granite stone plinth. Clarence Esplanade, Portsmouth, Hampshire. IoE 474404

Background imageMemorial Collection: Memorial at Wye 33331_030

Memorial at Wye 33331_030
King Edward VII Coronation Memorial, Wye, Kent, 2017

Background imageMemorial Collection: Memorial at Wye 33331_027

Memorial at Wye 33331_027
King Edward VII Coronation Memorial And Iron Age Ironstone Mining, Wye, Kent, 2017

Background imageMemorial Collection: Northampton memorial DP217165

Northampton memorial DP217165
Passchendaele War Memorial to Edgar Mobbs, Abington Square, Northampton, Northamptonshire

Background imageMemorial Collection: American Military Cemetery 27577_036

American Military Cemetery 27577_036
American Military Cemetery, Madingley, Cambridge. Opened in 1956 to commemorate US servicemen who died during the scond world war

Background imageMemorial Collection: King Richard I a073155

King Richard I a073155
King Richard I Statue, Old Palace Yard, Westminster, Greater London. A close up view of the rear of the equestrian statue of King Richard I with the side elevation

Background imageMemorial Collection: Statue of Joseph Sturge

Statue of Joseph Sturge
Joseph Sturge (1793-1859), a Quaker abolitionist, co-founded the Agency Committee of the Anti-Slavery Society in 1831, which pressed for immediate and entire emancipation. Birmingham, West Midlands

Background imageMemorial Collection: Commemorative Urns

Commemorative Urns
Pair of commemorative urns by Sir Edwin Lutyens, 1929. IoE 289772

Background imageMemorial Collection: Smith Monument

Smith Monument
Rough granite rubble obelisk located on the Isles of Scilly. IoE 62553

Background imageMemorial Collection: Windsor Memorial Cross

Windsor Memorial Cross
Memorial in Churchyard of Church of St Laurence, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. IoE 156065

Background imageMemorial Collection: Colston Memorial, Colston Avenue, Bristol

Colston Memorial, Colston Avenue, Bristol. A Bristol benefactor, a significant proportion of whose wealth came directly or indirectly from the slave trade. IoE 379334

Background imageMemorial Collection: Clarkson Monument

Clarkson Monument
Inscribed On the spot where stands this monument, in the month of June 1785 Thomas Clarkson resolved to devote his life to bringing about the abolition of the slave trade. Thundridge, Hertfordshire


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