Pudsey Cemetery :: Shared Description

The cemetery is a grade 2* listed "park" (list entry 1001614), laid out in 1872 to the designs of William Gay, and has been in use since 1875. The eastern half is consecrated for Church of England burials but the western half is secular (unconsecrated). In the centre is a dual chapel - presumably likewise sacred/secular - but it is now disused, dilapidated and fenced off as dangerous. The whole site is in the ownership of Leeds City Council.
by Stephen Craven
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SE2133 : Pudsey Cemetery - chapels by Stephen Craven
SE2133 : Pudsey Cemetery - shadows by Stephen Craven
SE2133 : Pudsey Cemetery - grave of Harold Marsh and his parents by Stephen Craven
SE2133 : Pudsey Cemetery - former lodge by Stephen Craven
SE2133 : Pudsey Cemetery - general view by Stephen Craven
SE2133 : Pudsey Cemetery - grave of Peter Strickland by Stephen Craven


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Created: Thu, 19 Apr 2018, Updated: Fri, 20 Apr 2018

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