Opened in 1856, the cemetery features two impressive chapels (the other is out of view on the left). Considering its rural location, I found this surprising – I've seen smaller, less ornate churches. I suppose the area had a larger and relatively prosperous population at the height of the salt industry.
Disappointingly, this fine building is disused.
If you were wondering, the cemetery accepts home-made, cardboard or wicker coffins and even just body bags or shrouds.
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