This small cemetery is near Royal Victoria Park, not far from the Royal Crescent.
The church. When I walked past, it appeared to be set up as a blacksmith shop; a blacksmith van was parked in front. There were no pews, no altar, no nothing, so I’m not sure if it really is used as a shop or if it was temporary because they were making repairs.
I love the flora decorating this stone.
There were about three stone buildings on the property.
Today was a typical British late February day. Light rain and “slate grey Victorian skies” (thank you, Morrissey).
A relative of Alfred’s? Robyn’s?
Many, many graves look like this–bounded by a stone frame.
Commonwealth War Graves are from WWI and WWII.
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Lisa Simons said:
Love the pictures, Rachael! Hope you’re having a great trip! (Yes, you are mad for loving cool, grey days, but that’s just my opinion.)
I’m glad you like the photos! I’m having fun taking them!
Good pictures. What a typical grey English day it was, perfect for a cemetery visit. It’s actually sunny but cold here in London right now, ideal in fact for a walk in my local cemetery.
I really love grey days, and everyone thinks I’m mad. I live in the Midwest and it’s usually quite sunny, but I often think I should move to the Pacific Northwest or England (!) in order to enjoy the weather I prefer.