This bronze statue of Victoria was erected on Castle Hill Road in 1887 to help celebrate her Golden Jubilee as Queen of the United Kingdom. The monarch’s reign continued for over 63 years until her death in 1901. She was interred at Frogmore Mausoleum at Windsor Great Park. The Victorian Era was a period of great prosperity for the British. Sculptor Sir Edgar Boehm portrayed Her Majesty holding the scepter and orb with cross, symbols of her sovereignty.