A red oak was planted by the Queen on 18th October 1974. This plaque is erected next to it, commemorating the event and her 'river progress'.
Red oaks turn an amazing colour in the autumn. This photo shows the tree at the end of October 2006.
Can you remember this tree being planted? Did you see the Queen? Have you got any photos? If so, let us know!
The tree is found on Lock Island
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