We had just arrived in Dover and I took the photograph as we were walking into the town centre for our evening meal in a local pub.
The memorial was erected shortly after the Indian Mutiny.
The inscription reads IN MEMORY OF COMRADES WHO FELL DURING THE INDIAN CAMPAIGNS OF 1857, 1858 AND 1859. ERECTED BY THE 1st BATTALION 60th ROYAL RIFLES AUGUST 1861.
The other faces are inscribed ROHILCUND, OUDE, DELHI - CELER ET AUDAX.
The memorial has some shrapnel damage which occured during an air raid on 23 January 1916 when a German Seaplane dropped a number of bombs on the town. One of the bombs landed in a street close to the monument causing a number of chips to the stonework.