Burnley Cemetery :: Shared Description

Burnley Cemetery was created in 1856 on the outskirts of Burnley, about three miles to the south-west of the town centre. The cemetery is rectangular and sits above the Green Brook valley with views across the countryside to Hameldon Hill. The original entrance lodge and arch remain, as do the 1923 entrance gates, chapel and lodge. A crematorium with remembrance parkland was created in 1958 on land adjoining the northern boundary of the original cemetery.
by David Dixon

8 images use this description:

SD8131 : Burnley Cemetery War Memorial by David Dixon
SD8131 : Hapton Valley Pit Disaster Memorial by David Dixon
SD8131 : Burnley Cemetery, The Interdenominational Chapel by David Dixon
SD8131 : Burnley Cemetery by David Dixon
SD8131 : Burnley Cemetery, Gate Lodge by David Dixon
SD8131 : Burnley Cemetery, Muslim Burial Area by David Dixon
SD8131 : Burnley Cemetery, Main Drive by David Dixon
SD8131 : Burnley Cemetery, Chapel and Hapton Valley Pit Memorial by David Dixon


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Created: Sun, 22 Mar 2015, Updated: Sun, 22 Mar 2015

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