List number: 1025374
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 7334
Grid ref: NZ3680869398

Statue of Queen Victoria, Tynemouth


The bronze memorial statue of Queen Victoria in Tynemouth was by Alfred Turner and built in 1902. It was paid for by public subscription, despite financial hardship in the country because of the ongoing Boer War.[1] The statue is Grade II listed.

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Queen Victoria's Monument, Tynemouth, North Tyneside

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STATUE OF QUEEN VICTORIA OPPOSITE NUMBER 10 - Tynemouth - List Entry
- "Tynemouth 9/70 Statue of Queen Victoria opposite No. 10 G.V. II Statue. Dated 1902; signed Alfred Turner. Portland stone ashlar base; bronze statue. 2 wide square steps to ...

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Queen Victoria
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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 ...
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Monument to Queen Victoria - Tynemouth
- "Depicting the Queen as an old woman in the midst of voluminous robes, this statue shows her in the twilight years of her reign. The work now lacks the Queen ...

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Queen Victoria by Alfred Turner RA (1874-1940)
- "1902. Bronze seated statue on a hefty but elegantly turned Portland stone base with a wide square surround, of two steps, inscribed to the "Late Beloved Queen / Victoria...." The enthroned ...

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