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Black Watch Monument
Black Watch Monument
Black Watch Monument
Black Watch Monument
Black Watch Monument
Black Watch Monument
Black Watch Monument
Black Watch Monument

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: David Oudney / Art UK

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A memorial to soldiers of the 4th/5th Battalion Black Watch who lost their lives in the Second World War. It was unveiled by the Queen Mother in 1959 and relocated in 1985 following construction of the nearby dual carriageway – previously it was sited on the peak of Powrie Brae. The memorial was cleaned and rewaxed in 2012 and the rededication was attended by Prince Charles.

Date

1959

Accession number

DD4_DO_S033

Work type

War memorial

Owner

Dundee District Council

Access

at all times

Inscription description

1939 1945 / TO THE MEMORY OF / ALL RANKS OF THE / 4TH AND 5TH / DUNDEE & ANGUS BATTALIONS OF / THE BLACK WATCH / WHO DIED IN THE / SECOND WORLD / WAR


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Located at

Emmock Road, City of Dundee

DD4 0QG

Located off the A90 at Powrie Brae.