Queen Victoria's Statue, Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme

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Date:1910 - 1930 (c.)

Description:Queen Victoria's statue is pictured here in its original position in Nelson Place. The statue was given to the town in 1903 by Sir Alfred Haslem and was unveiled by the Grand Duke Michael of Russia, to celebrate the coronation of Edward VII. The statue was moved in 1963 to Station Walks, and stood in Queen's Gardens in 2002.


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Theatre Royal, Newcastle-under-Lyme
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Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This part of Newcastle was originally a marsh that was drained during the 18th century ...

Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A view of Nelson Place taken from Queen's Gardens. The Gardens, seen here in the ...

Roxy Cinema, Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Roxy Cinema, Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This oil painting signed and dated by Don Dawson is dated 1958 and depicts Nelson ...

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Donor ref:PA 3987 (22/4489)

Source: Brampton Museum and Art Gallery, Newcastle under Lyme

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