This is a stunning Victorian cemetery, it has suffered from vandalism in the years since its closure for new burials but is maintained by - as far as I can tell - a group of attentive volunteers who don't exhibit the overzealous nature I've seen elsewhere. It is overgrown in places, and it suffers still from the inevitable ravages of vandals, but that's almost part of the character of it. The cemetery is a monument (or monuments!) to the industrial greatness and wealth of the city with the Egyptian architecture is like something from a film and the prominent chapels towering over the monuments, grand and less-so of Sheffield notables and residents from days gone by.
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