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Edmonton Cemetery

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Edmonton Cemetery in North London opened in 1884 and is still open for new internments today. The land originally belonged to the Church Commissioners and was once used as an airfield.

A long straight drive from the entrance leads to the stone mortuary chapels which are linked by a carriage arch mounted with a spire.

The cemetery contains many interesting monuments of Victorian style but most are post Victorian. The area behind the Chapels is crowded with impressive modern monuments which left us a little confused as to why these prime locations were not occupied in the early Victorian days of the cemetery.

Photos were taken on 6th September 2015.

Edmonton Cemetery
Church Street
Edmonton
N9 9HP