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Mortuary Chapel designed by William Hosking. According to the British Listed Buildings site, this non-denominational chapel, which dates from the third quarter of the nineteenth century, has a “picturesque Gothic style” in grey brick with a “plain fortress-like south wing [that] has angle towers and a blank 1st floor over entrance archway. North of this a porch bay leads to the chapel proper, an octagonal tower with spire having l-bay arms on other 3 sides and a tiny apse to the north.

References

“Mortuary Chapel of Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 September 2012. [Listing NGR: TQ3336386811]


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