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On original site
- Stone Stone (any)
- Stone Portland stone
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial:
The Grade II listed war memorial in Isleworth, in the London borough of Hounslow, is a large square Clipsham limestone clock tower topped with a wheel cross. There are clock faces with black Roman numerals at the top of all four elevations of the memorial. On one elevation a sword and wreath is carved in relief. On the lower half of the clocktower is a stringcourse and frieze decorated with the words Isleworth Remembrance in relief Gothic script. Below this on three sides are Portland stone inscription panels listing the names of those who fell in World War I. On the fourth side is a wooden door. The World War I dedication is inscribed into the base and the World War II dedication has been added on an angled panel on the steps below. The memorial stands on steps made of York stone in the memorial square.