Forbury Gardens, Reading, 1904; there is a band in the bandstand
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Forbury Gardens, Reading, 1904. There is a band in the bandstand. In front of it, and to the right, is the Maiwand Memorial ("Forbury Lion"), with three people standing in front of the plinth - two ladies in long white dresses, and a policeman in light-coloured helmet. 1900-1909 : photograph by Francis Frith, No. 52014.
|Image Title||Forbury Gardens, Reading, 1904; there is a band in the bandstand|
|Description||Black and white photograph ; 14 x 20 cm|
|Subject||Parks and public gardens -- Reading -- Illustrations
Forbury Gardens -- Reading -- Illustrations
Bandstands -- Reading -- Illustrations
Bands (music) -- Reading -- Illustrations
Monuments -- Reading -- Illustrations
War memorials -- Reading -- Illustrations
|Ordinance Survey Map Reference||SU718736|
|Collection||Local Studies Collection|