List number: 1387499
List grade: 2*
Grid ref: NZ6651221112

War Memorial, Saltburn


The war memorial in Saltburn By The Sea is located by the junction of Albion Terrace and Glenside, beside Valley Gardens park. The memorial, by Sir William Reynolds-Stephens, was unveiled on the 14th of November 1920. It is inscribed with the names of 64 local men who lost their lives in the First World War. It was later also dedicated to those lost in the Second World War, listing 20 names.[1] The memorial is Grade II* Listed.

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Saltburn War Memorial

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Saltburn War Memorial, 1919 (unveiled 1920), William Reynolds-Stephens

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Saltburn War Memorial

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Saltburn War Memorial, 1919 (unveiled 1920), William Reynolds-Stephens

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Saltburn War Memorial

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Saltburn War Memorial

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Saltburn by Sea War Memorial

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WAR MEMORIAL - Saltburn-by-the-Sea - List Entry
- "War memorial to dead of the Great War. 1919; unveiled 14 November 1920. Bronze signed west Reynolds-Stephens 1919. Granite and bronze. Arts and crafts style. Reddish polished granite cross, with ...

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Saltburn By The Sea
- "....TO THE MEMORY OF THOSE FROM SALTBURN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR ENGLAND IN THE GREAT WAR/ WE HAVE NO GLORY GREAT ENOUGH FOR YOU/ (NAMES) 1914/ 1918..."

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