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Claudy Bomb Memorial

Information on memorial
Memorial ID No.:
305
Memorial Title:
Claudy Bomb Memorial
Commemorating:
The nine civilians killed in an IRA bomb attack on the village of Claudy.
Information about person(s) commemorated
Date of Incident:
31 July 1972
Description:
Central bronze statue with 10 plaques set on top of a low wall. There is one introductory plaque and one plaque for each of the nine people killed.
Inscription(s):
There are inscriptions on an introductory plaque plus nine other plaques, one for each person killed.
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Location Address:
Church Street, Cumber Road, Claudy,
County Derry, Northern Ireland.
BT47
Location Guide:
Just south of the centre of the village, close to the junction of Church Street and Main Street. Memorial is located just within a car park.
Map Grid Ref:
IC543074
X,Y Co-ordinates:
X: 254309, Y: 407413
Previous Location:
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Nature:
Civilian
Physical Type:
Other, Sculpture, Statue and plaques
Physical Materials:
Metal Bronze
Setting:
Street
Access:
Public Unrestricted
Post Unveiling:
In 2008 ? the bronze statue was unbolted from its plinth and set on the ground. The statue was then checked and replaced a short time later.
Commissioned By:
Community
Artist(s):
Date Unveiled:
2000
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First Viewed:
16 October 2000
Last Viewed:
26 December 2008
Photographs:
15
Comments:
Compiler:
Martin Melaugh; Sara McDowell

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