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Leith Walk, Queen Victoria Statue, Edinburgh

Description: Leith Walk, Queen Victoria Statue

Category: B
Date Listed: 29 March 1995
Historic Scotland Building ID: 27654

OS Grid Coordinates: 326967, 675923
Latitude/Longitude: 55.9707, -3.1717

Location: A900, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh EH6 5EY

Locality: Edinburgh
County: City of Edinburgh
Country: Scotland
Postcode: EH6 5EY

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Listing Text

Signed and dated John Stevenson Rhind, 1907. Bronze pedestrian statue of Queen Victoria on sandstone pedestal (1986) with consoled, chamfered angles and cornice, with bronze bas relief plaques/cartouches; granite plinth circular at base (1986) with decorative wrought-iron at foot of pedestal. Commemorative plaques for 5th Volunteer Battalion 'Royal Scots', South Africa 1900-2, and for Queen Victoria entering Leith Sept 1842 (signed J S Rhind, 1912).

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Source: Historic Scotland

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