Statue of Sir Robert Peel in Exhedra on South Heights, Bradford
Description: Statue of Sir Robert Peel in Exhedra on South Heights
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 336995
OS Grid Reference: SE1698534705
OS Grid Coordinates: 416985, 434705
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8084, -1.7435
Location: Peel Park Lodge, Cliffe Road, Bradford BD2 4BX
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5111 PEEL PARK BD3
Statue of Sir Robert Peel
in exhedra on south
SE 1634 33/948
Formerly standing in what was known as Peel Square on Leeds Road, the statue
was appropriately re-erected in Peel Park following the demolition of Kassapian's
Warehouse. This was the first public statue in Bradford. Cast lead standing
figure in contemporary mid C19 dress raised on an ashlar monolith drum with
cornice capping. Inscribed "W Behnes Sculp", cast by Robinson Scott Company
Listing NGR: SE1698534705
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Source: English Heritage
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