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Frontal and side views of the bronze statue, which is located at the Admiralty Arch end of the Mall.
Left: The statue in its architectural surroundings. Right: Detail with Cook holding naval charts.
Two details near the bottom of the memorial. Left: Stone base carved with a ship's prow and what may be the globe across which he sailed. Right: Detail with capstan, rope, and Cook's sword.
Byron, Arthur. London Statues. London: Constable, 1981.
Last modified 13 December 2011