1879 – The Windsor & Eaton Albert Institute, Windsor, Berkshire
From Marshall’s Guide to Windsor dating from the earliest years of the reign of George V,
1875 – Wellington’s Column, Liverpool
How these men will honour the 7 July dead in this royal corner of London
If you wanted to trace the formal history of the British public memorial from Victorian times to the present day, London’s Kensington Gardens would be a good place to start.
1905 – Macdonald Memorial Tower, Dingwall, Scotland
1903 – Beacon Tower, Tulla Hill, Cortachy, Scotland
“The laying of the memorial stone took place on Saturday of the massive tower which has been in course of erection on Tulloch Hill,