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Statue of Queen Victoria


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. The white marble statue, by G. Frampton R.A. was a gift from Sir Riley Lord [1], who was later knighted for his part in getting the Infirmary built. The statue is Grade II* listed.

Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) Grade II* Listed Statues and Memorials Queen Victoria
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Peacock Hall, Royal Victoria Infirmary

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STATUE OF QUEEN VICTORIA ON FRONT LAWN OF ROYAL VICTORIA INFIRMARY - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Statue. Dated 1906, signed GEO FRAMPTON R.A. Sandstone terrace and walls; white marble statue. Paved square terrace with indented corners has steps on sides opposite hospital entrance and flanking ...

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Statue of Queen Victoria in front of the Royal Victoria Infirmary Administration Block

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List number: 1024801
List grade: 2*
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ2443664939

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