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Queen Victoria statue - Carlton House Terrace Queen Victoria statue - Carlton House Terrace

Statue: Queen Victoria statue - Carlton House Terrace

Erection date: 1897

Inscription

{On the little plinth:}
T. Brock R.A. Sculptor

This statue used to be in the Constitutional Club (disbanded 1979) at 28 Northumberland Avenue.

Site: Queen Victoria statue - Carlton House Terrace (1 memorial)

SW1, Carlton House Terrace, 15

This building is, in 2012, used as an annexe to the National Portrait Gallery.

This whole terrace emerged last year from (seems like) years under scaffolding and wraps. As we took our close up photo the security guard appeared. You can see him with his back to the camera. But he didn't really mind. He explained that the statue had only just been reinstated and was due a spruce up. It was very dusty.

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Queen Victoria statue - Carlton House Terrace

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Queen Victoria

Reigned: 1837-1901, 64 years. Born Kensington Palace. Daughter of Edward, Duk...

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Queen Victoria statue - Carlton House Terrace

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Sir Thomas Brock

Sculptor. Born in Worcester.  Ornamental Passions has some comments on his wo...

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