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The British Listed Buildings site, describes this early to mid-nineteenth-century north and south lodges as “1-storey, 2-bay ashlar buildings in Eygptian style” and the four stone piers “ with lotus and palm leaf carving”.
Left: Cemetery plan. Right: View of the main entrance from immediately outside.
Left: The piers with Eygptian revival carving. Right: A view of the walk in the cemetery.
Three views of the lodges, one against the nearby residential buildings.
“Entrance Lodges, Gates and Railings to Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 September 2012. [Listing NGR: 3396 12/640]
Last modified 6 March 2013