Sheffield General Cemetery
The General Cemetery is a cemetery in the City of Sheffield, England that opened in 1836, and closed for burial in 1978. It was the principal cemetery in Victorian Sheffield with over 87,000 burials. Today it is a conservation area (one of only six in South Yorkshire), and it is listed on the English Heritage National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. It is owned by the City of Sheffield and managed on behalf of them by local community group Sheffield General Cemetery Trust.
'Silver Blades Ice Rink and Bowling Alley, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, 1965' Photographic Print - Michael Walters | Art.com
Photographic Print: Silver Blades Ice Rink and Bowling Alley, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, 1965 by Michael Walters : 24x18in
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The Victorian Sheffield General Cemetery is one of the city's finest abandoned places and popular with Urban Explorers.