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Brompton cemetery - The burial of Richard Collins, Baron Collins
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This cross marks the burial of the Anglo-Irish lawyer and judge Richard Henn Collins, Baron Collins (1 January 1842 - 3 January 1911). He was judge at the first trial of Oscar Wilde and Master of the Rolls 1901-1907.
Brompton cemetery was one of the seven cemeteries created in the middle of the 19th century when the growing population of London made it evident there was much need for that. Brompton, originally known as the West of London and Westminster Cemetery, was opened for use in 1840 - the cemetery is still used up to this day as a burial place, but much more rarely nowadays, now it is much more commonly used as a public park to jog in or walk the dog (though preferably only using the paths where signs say it's allowed to walk your dog).
The plot of land was bought from Lord Kensington and prior it had been market gardens in the area, an area of 160 000 m2. The cemetery was designed by Benjamin Baud, which includes a domed chapel at one end, modelled after St Peter's in Rome, which is reached through long colonnades, with catacombs underneath. The catacombs were built to offer a cheaper way of burial, but it was not a success at all - only about 500 of the thousands of burial-spots in them were sold.
The writer Beatrix Potter grew up not far from the cemetery and she spent quite a lot of time at this place. It would inspire her in her writings, the colonnade is the walled gardens of Mr. McGregor and several of the names she used can be found on tomb-stones.
The place has also been the setting of several films, including The Wisdom of Crocodiles (also known as Immortality - starring Jude Law), Crush and Johnny English.
Life in the Fast Lane
City workers grab a quick lunch bite in Leadenhall market. This is very British tradition, and anyone from shoe shine boys to local businessmen to City traders and lawyers can be found queuing at a stand such as this to grab a sandwitch or takeaway lunch to eat on the run or at their desk.
These food stalls set up their stands early every day from Monday to Friday, and do brisk business until early afternoon. Their food can be surprisingly good! I decided to try some steamed dumplings and a skewer of spicy prawns from this stall and enjoyed the dumplings, although in this case the prawns were cold and a little dry. The curries smelled delicious but I had just sampled several pastries from the Comptoir Gourmand ! (see below).
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