Statue of Samuel Cunliffe Lister
Standing at the fork of two promenades stands a statue of Samuel Cunliffe Lister.
The people of Bradford commissioned Matthew Noble to create a statue out of a block of white Sicilian marble which was unveiled on Saturday 15 May 1875
The statue is Grade II listed and stands on a granite base with apsidal ends. Inset are bronze reliefs depicting Arkwright's weaving loom, wool combing machinery etc.