Statues and Monuments: Robert Falcon Scott

Posted: November 15, 2018 in History, London, UK
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This statue of Robert Scott, the famous explorer, can be found in Waterloo Place in London. It was erected by Officers of the fleet to commemorate his achievements and life. It was sculpted by Scott’s widow Kathleen and is one of two identical statues. The other is to be found in Auckland New Zealand.

Previous posts about Robert Scott can be found at:

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2018/01/15/scotts-disappintment/

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2014/04/22/robert-falcon-scott/

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