Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool

Anfield Cemetery

Date

16 February 2018

Location

Walton Lane, Liverpool
SJ 36168 93889; 53.43788°N, 2.96235°W

Information

Covering an area of 57 hectares, Anfield Cemetery was designed by landscape architect Edward Kemp (1817-1891) and opened in 1863. Anfield was the second municipal cemetery to be opened by Liverpool Corporation outside of the city centre, where the existing burial grounds had become overcrowded.

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

Anfield Cemetery

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8 thoughts on “Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool

  1. Beautiful pictures! Sadly, in this country, cemeteries tend to be neglected, graves vandalised, and the inlaid lettering stolen. The upkeep of municipal cemeteries are very low on the priority lists – along with the maintenance of roads, and the infrastructure of water and electricity.

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