Victoria Park :: Shared Description

Victoria Park is a good sized park (six hectares) immediately north of the Stonehouse area of Plymouth. With large flat grass areas, a play area with wheelchair accessible features, a small cycle track, multi-use games area and bowling green as well as beautiful, mature trees.
Before the creation of the park the area comprised saltmarshes at the head of Stonehouse Creek known as Deadlake. Originally designed to be completed for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 1897, and named in her honour. The park wasn't completed until 1905. The former park keeper's lodge is in the centre of the park, opposite the playground.
by N Chadwick
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SX4755 : Military Boundary Stone, Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : A disused railway Viaduct by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4654 : Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : The remains of an old railway viaduct by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Dismantled viaduct by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Art! Derelict railway, Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Art installation, Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Steel art, Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Dismantled railway by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : Victoria Park by N Chadwick
SX4755 : A disused railway Viaduct by N Chadwick


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Created: Fri, 26 Jan 2018, Updated: Fri, 26 Jan 2018

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