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Monument Collection

Background imageMonument 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 imageMonument Collection: Wellington statue CC97_01442

Wellington statue CC97_01442
Duke Of Wellington Statue, Round Hill, Aldershot, Hampshire. A view looking up at the statue by Matthew Cotes. It originally stood on the Wellington Arch in Hyde Park but was moved to Aldershot in

Background imageMonument Collection: Sir John Barrow Monument (The Hoad Monument), Ulverston, Cumbria DP486041

Sir John Barrow Monument (The Hoad Monument), Ulverston, Cumbria DP486041
Sir John Barrow Monument (The Hoad Monument), Hoad Hill, Ulverston, Cumbria. Exterior, 100ft high monument in the shape of a lighthouse built on top of Hoad Hill (436ft)

Background imageMonument 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 imageMonument 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 imageMonument 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 imageMonument 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 imageMonument Collection: Castle Green PC08380

Castle Green PC08380
Castle Green, Hereford. General View Looking Toward Nelson Column. Postcard produced by Jakeman and Carver 1901-1906

Background imageMonument Collection: Castle Green EPW029952

Castle Green EPW029952
Castle Green and Nelson Monument, Hereford, 1929

Background imageMonument Collection: Castle Green CMK01_01_23

Castle Green CMK01_01_23
Nelson Column, Castle Green, Hereford, 1880-1920. The Nelson Monument in the centre of Castle Green, Hereford, with Castle Cliffe partially visible in the background

Background imageMonument Collection: Memorial plaque PLA01_02_029

Memorial plaque PLA01_02_029
Orrell Mount Park, Memorial Lych Gate, Orrell, Sefton, Merseyside. A wooden plaque on a memorial lych gate, originally located at Orrell Football Club

Background imageMonument Collection: Albert Memorial 35103_050

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

Background imageMonument Collection: Albert Memorial 35103_057

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

Background imageMonument Collection: Albert Memorial 35103_056

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

Background imageMonument Collection: Marble Arch Mound 35103_005

Marble Arch Mound 35103_005
Marble Arch Mound, a temporary installation to offer views over Hyde Park, Westminster, Greater London, 2021

Background imageMonument Collection: Marble Arch Mound 35103_012

Marble Arch Mound 35103_012
Marble Arch Mound, a temporary installation to offer views over Hyde Park, Westminster, Greater London, 2021

Background imageMonument Collection: Marble Arch Mound 35103_010

Marble Arch Mound 35103_010
Marble Arch Mound, a temporary installation to offer views over Hyde Park, Westminster, Greater London, 2021

Background imageMonument Collection: Trafalgar Square 35102_004

Trafalgar Square 35102_004
Trafalgar Square and Nelsons Column, Westminster, Greater London Authority, 2021

Background imageMonument Collection: Trafalgar Square EAW030293

Trafalgar Square EAW030293
Trafalgar Square, St James, City of Westminster, London, 1950

Background imageMonument Collection: Queens Park 33575_014

Queens Park 33575_014
Queens Park and The Carillion Tower undergoing consevation work, Loughborough, Leicestershire 2018

Background imageMonument Collection: Whittle Arch 35003_008

Whittle Arch 35003_008
The Whittle Arch, dedicated to Sir Frank Whittle, inventor of the turbojet engine, Coventry, Warwickshire 2021

Background imageMonument Collection: Plymouth 33206_008

Plymouth 33206_008
Plymouth, Devon. Plymouth Naval War Memorial, a First World War memorial unveiled in 1924, listed Grade I, 2016

Background imageMonument Collection: Plymouth 33206_005

Plymouth 33206_005
Plymouth, Devon. Plymouth Naval War Memorial, a First World War memorial unveiled in 1924, listed Grade I, 2016

Background imageMonument Collection: Hardy Monument 29544_043

Hardy Monument 29544_043
The Hardy Monument, Black Down, Dorset. Monument commemorating Vice Admiral Sir Thomas Hardy, commander of HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar

Background imageMonument Collection: Hardy Monument 29544_042

Hardy Monument 29544_042
The Hardy Monument, Black Down, Dorset. Monument commemorating Vice Admiral Sir Thomas Hardy, commander of HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar

Background imageMonument Collection: Hamilton Square Birkenhead 28764_016

Hamilton Square Birkenhead 28764_016
Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside. Monument to Queen Victoria and Birkenhead War Memorial, 2015. SJ3289

Background imageMonument Collection: Hamilton Square Birkenhead 28764_015

Hamilton Square Birkenhead 28764_015
Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside. Birkenhead War Memorial & monument to Queen Victoria, 2015. SJ3289

Background imageMonument Collection: Lanyon Quoit ALB93_05_034

Lanyon Quoit ALB93_05_034
Lanyon Quoit, Madron, Cornwall. A view of Lanyon Quoit, with the Greenburrow Engine House at Ding Dong Mine in the background. Photographed between 1919 and 1936

Background imageMonument Collection: Meeting Place SAM01_03_0990

Meeting Place SAM01_03_0990
Victoria Embankment, Westminster, London. Two men sitting between the arms of the one of the bronze sphinxes at Cleopatras Needle. Photographed before 1940

Background imageMonument 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 imageMonument Collection: Sir John Moore monument CC97_01091

Sir John Moore monument CC97_01091
Sir John Moore Monument, St Pauls Cathedral, London. A view of the monument by John Bacon (1815) on the south wall of the South Transept to Sir John Moore

Background imageMonument 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 imageMonument Collection: Wernher Mausoleum

Wernher Mausoleum
The family vault of Sir Julius Wernher, Bart. Errected 1912 in the churchyard of Holy Trinity Church, Bedfordshire. IoE 468809

Background imageMonument Collection: Rockingham Mausoleum 28940_080

Rockingham Mausoleum 28940_080
Rockingham Mausoleum, Wentworth Woodhouse, Rotherham, South Yorkshire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageMonument Collection: St Marys Kempley DP114614

St Marys Kempley DP114614
St Marys Church, Kempley, Gloucestershire. Detail view of a wall monument showing three hedgehogs within a shield at the top. Photographed in 2010

Background imageMonument Collection: Giffard Tomb DP139505

Giffard Tomb DP139505
Giffard Tomb, Church of St Mary and St Chad, Church Road, Brewood, Staffordshire

Background imageMonument Collection: Queen Victoria Memorial 29225_010

Queen Victoria Memorial 29225_010
Queen Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace, Westminster, London. Photographed in March 2015

Background imageMonument Collection: Wellington sarcophagus CC97_01633

Wellington sarcophagus CC97_01633
WELLINGTONs TOMB, St Pauls Cathedral, City of London. A view of the Duke of Wellingtons sarcophagus of Cornish porphyry within the crypt of St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageMonument Collection: Wellington monument CC97_01871

Wellington monument CC97_01871
Wellington monument, St Pauls Cathedral, City of London. The monument to the Duke of Wellington who died in 1852. His monument was not fully completed until 1912 when the equestrain statue which now

Background imageMonument Collection: The Bridgewater Monument

The Bridgewater Monument
A fluted giant Greek Doric column with pedestal incribed In honour of Francis, third duke of Bridgewater, " Father of inland navigation" 1832. IoE 355639

Background imageMonument Collection: Final carriage for the Iron Duke CC97_01636

Final carriage for the Iron Duke CC97_01636
St Pauls Cathedral, City of London. The front of the car for the state occasion which bore the Duke of Wellington to his final resting place in the crypt of St Pauls in 1852


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