Queen Victoria


Queen Victoria reigned from 20th June 1837 until she died on the 22nd January 1901, this period is known as the Victorian Era.

Queen Victoria and the North East

Victoria and Albert visited the North East a number of times. Victoria opened Newcastle Central Station in August 1850. They also opened many bridges and buildings, including the Royal Boarder Bridge in Berwick. There are many statues of Queen Victoria, including ones in Tynemouth and at St Nicolas Square in Newcastle. 

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Victoria wearing her small diamond crown Photograph by Alexander Bassano, 1882
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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee (1897) - extract

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Plaque commemorating the opening by Queen Victoria on 29th August 1850

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Queen Victoria / La reine Victoria

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Queen Victoria / La reine Victoria

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Her Majesty Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee, 1837-1897 / Jubilé de diamant de Sa Majesté la reine Victoria, 1837-1897

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Full length portrait of Her Majesty Queen Victoria / Portrait en pied de Sa Majesté la reine Victoria

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Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, 1859 / Sa Très Gracieuse Majesté la reine Victoria, 1859

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20110430 29212 Queen Victoria Newcastle

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Victoria, Albert and family, oil paintingFranz Xaver Winterhalter, 1846.
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Queen Victoria Monument

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047139:St. Nicholas Square Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1903

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H.M.S Victoria

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Village Cross, Gainford
- A stone cross commemorating Queen Victoria's Jubilee located on the village Green at Gainford, County Durham. The inscription reads: "In thankful commemoration of the sixtieth anniversary of the accession of ...
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Statue of Queen Victoria, St Nicholas' Square
- Overview Map Street View The bronze statue of Queen Victoria in St Nicholas' Square, Newcastle, was unveiled on the 24th of April 1903.[1] "The gift of W.H. Stephenson to commemorate 500 ...
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Peacock Hall, Royal Victoria Infirmary

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Queen Victoria Road, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View Queen Victoria Road is a street in the centre of Newcastle which has the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) on it's west side and buildings of Newcastle ...
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Statue of Queen Victoria, Royal Victoria Infirmary
- Overview Map Street View The statue of Queen Victoria on the front Lawn of the Royal Victoria Infirmary was unveiled by King Edward VII on the 11th of July 1906. ...

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