Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
Morley Street/Little Horton Lane


Sculpture - Alfred Drury (1859-1944)
Unveiled on 4th May 1904 by HRH the Prince of Wales (later to become King George V). The flanking lions were carved by Alfred Broadbent of Shipley and the pedestal and balustrade were designed by JW Simpson who was also responsible for Cartwright Hall and Wembley Stadium.

The statue is 12 feet high and cast from three tons of bronze (by horner). It depicts Queen Victoria as she would have been at her first Jubilee in 1887.

(photograph supplied by City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council)

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