In the centre – blue iron panel chiseled to depict a scene from the Battle of the Somme of soldiers marching up a hill. Above the central panel – iron emblems of the 16th Irish and 36th Ulster Divisions. On the side – two blue panels featuring a map and other war scenes. Another blue panel features a (chiseled) soldier paying his tribute with upturned rifle and bowed head in front of a war grave and a poppy and bears a plaque in memory of John Condon, a Waterford-born boy soldier who is reportedly the youngest casualty of the First World War. On the outside wall – emblems of the 16th Irish and 36th Ulster Divisions and two placards featuring photos from
16th Irish Division and 36th Ulster Division
Address: Junction of Mount Vernon Park and Mount Vernon Gardens, Mount Vernon.
Commemorating: 16th Irish Division and 36th Ulster Division.
Commissioned by: Not known [UVF].
Date unveiled: 2007/2008