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Author:
John M. Clarke
ISBN13:
978-0853616559
ISBN:
0853616558
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Publisher:
The Oakwood Press; 4th Illustrated edition edition (January 1, 2006)
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Transportation
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Book Description OAKWOOD PRESS, 1983. Condition: VG. 1st. Locomotion paper 143. 47pp. Cemetary railway line in Surrey. VG copy in card covers.

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The Brookwood Necropo lis Railway. Published by the Oakwood Press, July 2006. The book describes how the railway conveyed the deceased and their accompanying mourners to their final resting place, Brookwood Cemetery (the London Necropolis), which at one time was the largest cemetery in the world. The cemetery railway had many unusual features: there were two stations, one for the Nonconformist section and another for Anglicans; associated chapels, and a masonry works siding.

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The Brookwood Necropolis Railway. {Information Description Diagram of the layout of Brookwood Cemetery (London Necropolis), Surrey, in its initial years of operations. Usk, Monmouthshire: The Oakwood Press. You cannot overwrite this file.

Featured book article about The Brookwood Necropolis Railway by John . larke. Whilst displaying the books, I came across a chapter in a book about the London Necropolis Railway - before then I had never given it a thought as to what happened to the dead of London. The London Necropolis railway was established for two main reasons, a growing London population and a lack of burial space. The railway enabled the dead of London to be quickly and efficiently transported to new burial grounds far outside the city, in Surrey.