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The life-size bronze – facing the Thames by the Trafalgar Tavern – was damaged in an attempted scrap raid.


NELSON lies broken in the back of a van...the last sighting of the missing Greenwich statue of Britain’s greatest Naval hero.


This final sad photo of the statue was taken by artist and photographer Townly Cooke as workers placed it in the back of a van to be taken away for repairs in November 2012. Nelson hasn’t returned... The statue’s owners Inc Group told The Greenwich Visitor it couldn’t be put back because the council had refused to grant new planning permission for its return. But Greenwich Council claimed Inc had told them the statue had been stolen “without trace”.


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Statue pictured in back of a delivery van


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