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Woodhouse Moor, statue of Queen Victoria

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Woodhouse Moor, statue of Queen Victoria
Undated. View of Woodhouse Moor showing the statue of Queen Victoria taking pride of place. The memorial, unveiled in 1905 four years after the Queen's death, was the work of sculptor George Frampton. It was originally sited outside the Town Hall but moved to Woodhouse Moor in 1937, along with statues of the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel, making way for a municipal car park.

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