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Description: Memorial Plaque Attached to North West Side of Former Town Hall at Junction with High Street
Date Listed: 18 April 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 333680
OS Grid Reference: SE4003902978
OS Grid Coordinates: 440039, 402978
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5220, -1.3975
SE40SW WOMBWELL STATION ROAD
6/52 Memorial plaque
attached to north-
west side of former
Town Hall at junction
with High Street.
Boer War memorial plaque. c19O2. By G. Steele, sculptor of Wombwell.
Well-carved sandstone surround; panel probably of granite. Corbels
carved with lion's heads and Yorkshire roses flank the inscription
'DUTY NOBLY DONE'. Above, an inscribed panel in moulded architrave
flanked by half-detached soldiers in battle dress set before draped
flags. Shallow cornice beneath ogee-headed feature with unicorn
crest within carved foliage; crown at apex. Inscription: dedication
to, and names of, the people of Wombwell who served in the Boer War
Listing NGR: SE4003902978
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Source: English Heritage
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