Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Kildonan War Memorial at Helmsdale

This impressive monument was constructed in 1924 and has been described as consisting of a prominently-sited ogee-roofed clock tower of stugged grey ashlar above a hammer-dressed base. It was designed as a landmark for the fishing fleet of Helmsdale, Scotland.

The names of those from the parish who died during the First World War and Second World War were added to the monument when it was restored after receiving a grant in 1999.

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