|Seen||"Her Majesty's Last Hope"|
|Mentioned|| The Knockdown|
The Prince and the Rebel
Murdoch in Ragtime
|Comments||This is an article about a fictional representation of an historical character, location or other entity|
Queen Victoria, the only child of Edward, the duke of Kent and King George III's fourth son, and Victoria Saxe-Saalfield-Coburg, sister of Leopold, king of the Belgians, was queen of Great Britain for 63 years. To date, she is the the second longest reigning British monarch after Queen Elizabeth II. Victoria's reign saw great cultural expansion; advances in industry, science, and communications; and the building of railways and the London Underground. She died in England in 1901. [*]
Appearances & Mentions
The Knockdown (mentioned)
- Queen Victoria's 76th birthday is being celebrated in Toronto when the boxer Amos Robinson is murdered.
The Prince and the Rebel (mentioned)
- According to her grandson Prince Alfred, Queen Victoria had survived no fewer than five attempts on her life.
Murdoch Ahoy (mentioned)
- Queen Victoria's death in 1901 was acknowledged when Constable Higgins and Constable Crabtree entered Station House No. 4 and saluted a portrait, draped in black cloth, of Queen Victoria which was being removed from the wall.
- Consequently at this point in the series, the Victorian Era ends and the Edwardian Era begins as King Edward takes the throne. This can be indicated by Inspector Brackenreid's words of "God save the King" in the main staircase of the steamship Keewatin after being wished a happy Victoria Day.
Murdoch in Ragtime (mentioned)
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