Monument

Samuel Plimsoll

Erection date: 21/8/1929

Inscription

Samuel Plimsoll, born 1824 - died 1898. Erected by the members of the National Union of Seamen, in grateful recognition of his services to the men of the sea of all nations.

Note the charming seahorse design at the bottom of the railings.  London Details have some more information about this memorial.

Site: Samuel Plimsoll (1 memorial)

SW1, Victoria Embankment

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Samuel Plimsoll

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Samuel Plimsoll

Born Bristol. "The sailors' friend", whose Load Line prevented ships becoming...

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Samuel Plimsoll

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F. V. Blundstone

Sculptor.  Born Switzerland in an English family.  Seems to have specialised ...

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