Cenotaph, Lime Street, St. George's Plateau, Liverpool. 1930. Sculptor: George Herbert Tyson Smith. Architect: Lionel Bailey Budden. Cenotaph in Stancliffe stone with reliefs in bronze; supporting platform in Yorkshire Silex stone. Morris Singer, foundry. Cenotaph 11 x 35 feet; supporting platform 61 feet long x 15 feet deep; bronze relief panels 31 feet long. Signed at lower left: “LIONEL B. BUDDEN ARCHITECT;” at lower right: “H. TYSON SMITH SCULPTOR.”

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Cavanagh, Terry. Public Sculpture of Liverpool. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1997.

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