Cambridge 2000: Hills Road: War Memorial
A simple yet effective war memorial. It was originally built
to commemorate the Great War (First World War), and was unveiled
in July 1922, but the inscription was later updated for the
Second World War. The sculpture is called The Homecoming and
the soldier is looking towards the train station.
For many years it was located in the middle of Hills Road at the
intersection with Station Road, not exactly the quietest of locations,
and in July/August 2012 it was moved to
the side of the road
seen behind the memorial in the photo, near what was its original location.
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