Tom Robinson Park
Lisburn, Northern Ireland
A man and his carbonated beverage.
This park is home to what may possibly be the only statue in the world of a man holding a bottle of Coca-Cola. The statue in question is a representation of Terence Robinson, former Managing Director of a company based nearby that bottled the world-famous beverage. To celebrate and commemorate Terence this sculpture was installed in a park named after his father, Tom.
The park can be found on the corner of Lambeg Road and Tullynacross Road in the village of Lambeg. This area is served by the Lambeg train station which is on the Belfast to Portadown line. The city of Lisburn is a short walk away.
Know Before You Go
The park is only a short walk away from the wonderful River Lagan towpath.
March 30, 2022
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