Last Saturday, finding myself with an afternoon to spare on a brief visit to Devon, I decided to head for Plymouth, where three awe-inspiring cemeteries contain very nearly 1500 burials from the First World War, and more than 850 from the Second.
These places are vast…and I mean seriously vast.
First stop was the beautiful Ford Park Cemetery (above & below)…
…followed by Weston Mill Cemetery (above & below)…
…last but by no means least, Efford Cemetery (above & below).
Amazing places all. And well worth a visit should you find yourself in the area. If not, never fear. I shall show you round all three cemeteries, or at least as much as I could fit in to just one afternoon, in due course. Don’t hold your breath, but do watch this space.
Great photo’s of War Memorial’s in Plymouth went myself .When your in Somerset next take a look at the new Memorial in the village of Winsham Nr Chard
I shall certainly do so Mr Taylor, sir. Glad you approve of the Plymouth photos. In time there will be plenty more when I get round to uploading them.