One of my favourite buildings in West Yorkshire is Bradford City Hall. I marvel at whenever I walk past it. My photograph shows a statue of George IV.
There are 35 statues of past monarchs in chronological order on the façade, with Victoria and Elizabeth I on either side of the main entrance. The London firm Farmer & Brindley carved them from Cliffe Wood stone, from the local quarry on Bolton Road, at a cost of £63 each.
Interestingly, the line of monarchs includes Oliver Cromwell.