19th Century · Nunhead

A hidden gem in south east London: Nunhead Cemetery

Nunhead is arguably the least well known of London’s “Magnificent Seven” Victorian cemeteries.  Like many of South East London’s interesting old sites, it often gets overlooked due to its lack of a nearby Tube station, although it’s actually a short walk from Nunhead Rail station, which is three stops from London Victoria.

The Linden Grove entrance to Nunhead Cemetery.

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