The Kindertransport statue at Liverpool Street Station, London -- It depicts a group of unaccompanied Jewish children arriving in Britain from Czechoslovakia, just ahead of Nazi persecution. an appreciation by Talking Beautiful Stuff
"The Meeting Place" statue at the St. Pancras international railway station in Camden, England. Built to celebrate the train station that now allows a train to travel through the chunnel to France. Bit kitsch for me! Huge statue which makes a statement!
The Bomber Command Memorial, unveiled June 2012, commemorates 55,573 who died serving in Bomber Command during WWII. Located in Green Park along Piccadilly (closest tube, Hyde Park Corner). The Bomber Command Memorial was designed by architect Liam O'Connor & built using Portland stone. Within the memorial are the bronze sculptures of a Bomber Command aircrew.