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War Memorial, Stagecoach Bus Depot, Manchester

The gunmetal bronze memorial to Manchester Corporation employees killed in the First World War, was damaged during an attempt to steal it from the depot in Princess Road. The bottom corners were bent and a small area of the plaque was missing where it had been torn away from its fixin
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Waterloo Memorial, Brussels

The monument, in the Victorian Town Cemetery of Brussels in Evere, was designed and made by Comté Jacques de Lalaing and unveiled in 1890. By the 1990’s the Monument was in a sorry state and conservators were called in to recommend treatment. Their findings were that its decline was i
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