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Mortuary chapel (1867), Designed by Charles Jones, the Ealing Borough Surveyor. Twickenham Cemetery, Hospital Bridge Road and Percy Road, Middlesex, TW2 6LD (Greater London). The chapel saw completion a year before the cemetery. According to the cemetery's own site, it seats 50. [Click on images to enlarge them.]
Left: Wood ceiling inside archway. Middle: The war memorial at the side of the chapel. Right: The belfry and clock.
Gothic elements. Note the gargoyle at right.
Meller, Hugh, & Brian Parsons. London Cemeteries, An Illustrated Guide and Gazetteer. 4th edition. The History Press, 2008. Cited by London Gardens Online.
“Twickenham Cemetery” London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Web. 15 September 2012. [Contains a map and virtual tour.]
“Twickenham Cemetery” London Gardens Online. Web. 15 September 2012. [Contains a map and virtual tour.]
Last modified 15 September 2012