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Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, Fox and Flowers

Fox in Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

Tower Hamlets Cemetery was opened in 1841 and its last use was in 1966.  It is now a lightly managed woodland, a nature reserve and has an ecology center.  It is the only woodland for miles and comes complete with many cheeping birds, squirrels and the occasional fox.  About Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park ⇒.

The park is located just south of Mile End underground station (on exiting the station turn right then second right onto Southern Grove and the park gates further down on the left).

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The above are artificial (fooled me).

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These are just outside the southern railings.

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More from Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park in spring with squirrels ⇐.

2 responses

  1. Amazingly wonderful repurposing of a cemetary. Quite lovely really~

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    April 17, 2016 at 17:47

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