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Main Entrance, Camberwell Cemetery, London

Main Entrance, Camberwell Cemetery, London. 1856. “Ragstone with smooth stone dressings; cast and wrought-iron. Gothic Revival style to match the Gate Lodge ” — British Listed Buildings.

British Listed Buildings describes the Gothic lodge (1856) as constructed from “Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings; gabled high-pitched slate roof above corbel table. . . . Windows with bar tracery of cusped lancets with pointed trefoils over. ”

References

“Gates, Piers and Railings to Camberwell Old Cemetery, Camberwell.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 September 2012. [Listing NGR: TQ3499674215]

“Lodge to Camberwell Old Cemetery, Camberwell.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 September 2012. [Listing NGR: TQ3500874188]


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