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Description: South Chapel at City of London Cemetery
Date Listed: 25 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 204913
OS Grid Reference: TQ4226786285
OS Grid Coordinates: 542267, 186285
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5575, 0.0508
TQ 48NW ALDERSBROOK ROAD
2/7 MANOR PARK E12
- South Chapel at City
of London Cemetery
1903-4. D T Ross engineer (see tablets on building). South chapel, formerly
Crematorium. Rubblestone with ashlar dressings. Tiled roof with fishscale decoration.
Gabled Gothic chapel with steeply pitched roof to parapet. Tower set back to right
with triple louvred upper stage and pyramidal roof with elaborate octagonal ornamen-
ted iron flue protruding from apex. Central entrance to chapel with pointed moulded
arch and original traceried timber door, flanked by double blind arcades. Ogee
headed windows to either side of chapel. Gabled corner buttresses. Later Chapel
of Remembrance extension to rear, of no interest. The second crematorium in London.
Originally coke-fired. Interior not seen.
Listing NGR: TQ4226786285
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Source: English Heritage
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