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George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott
George Scott

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The monument is set upon a three-stepped stone base. It is square in section with a gently tapering shaft with cornice, dome and cap with a ball finial. There is a miniature Venetian-style window recess with a bronze relief plaque of Provost George Scott.
Title

George Scott

Date

1906

Medium

red sandstone & bronze

Accession number

DD10_AH_S043

Acquisition method

purchased by public subscription

Work type

Relief

Owner

Montrose Community Council

Custodian

Montrose Community Council

Work status

extant

Listing status

C (Scotland)

Listing date

11/06/71

Access

at all times

Inscription description

1906 / ERECTED BY SUBSCRIPTION IN / RECOGNITION OF THE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS / INITIATED AND CARRIED OUT BY / GEORGE SCOTT / PROVOST OF MONTROSE / 1887 TO 1890

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Located at

St Peters Road, Montrose

DD10 8HB

Situated in the park between St Peters Road and Melville Road.