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Description: Monument Situated in Centre of the Green Near the Junction with Padwell Road
Date Listed: 8 October 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 135704
OS Grid Reference: SU4205513269
OS Grid Coordinates: 442055, 113269
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9174, -1.4031
1. THE AVENUE
Monument situated in
centre of the Green
near the junction with
SU 41 SW 10/10
1909. A commemorative monument presented to the town of Southampton by a
resident to celebrate his 60th birthday. It consists of 2 square stone pillars,
the central one larger, surmounted by stone urns and linked by a stone screen.
The central urn has scenes from the History of Southampton, on one side Canute
is depicted rebuking his courtiers and on the other 'The Mayflower' is shown
departing for the New World. The handles are in the form of prows of ships.
The other urns are decorated with lions head masks, swags and flowers.
Listing NGR: SP4206113251
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Source: English Heritage
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