St.Pancras & Islington Cemetery

Roberta Wilde © Art in Death
London (Great Britain), 2014

Situated in East Finchley, North London, is a nice cemetery still in use with a wild part taken by woods and is also one of London’s historically most interesting cemeteries. Established in 1854 as the first municipally owned cemetery, a further 94 acres (380,000 square meters) were annexed in 1877.
The cemetery features several chapels and a large crematorium built by Albert Freeman in 1937. Famous resident is Ford Madox Brown, preraphaelite painter, whose grave I have not been able to find without a help.

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