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©  Tim Belcher

IoE Number: 378901
Location: CHURCH OF ENGLAND MORTUARY CHAPEL, ARNO'S VALE CEMETERY, BATH ROAD (north side)
  BRISTOL, BRISTOL, BRISTOL
Photographer: Tim Belcher
Date Photographed: 19 July 2005
Date listed: 01 November 1966
Date of last amendment: 01 November 1966
Grade II*

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BRISTOLST316071BATH ROAD, Brislington901-1/47/430(North side)

BRISTOL ST316071 BATH ROAD, Brislington 901-1/47/430 (North side) 01/11/66 Church of England Mortuary Chapel, Arno's Vale Cemetery GV II* Mortuary chapel. c1840. By Charles Underwood. Pennant stone basement, limestone ashlar and dressings, slate roof. Cruciform plan. Neoclassical style. Single storey and vault; 3-bay range. Projecting centre is approached by 5 steps between pedestals, with clasping Corinthian pilasters; plain entablature and pediment with balustrade either side and open pedimented cupola with fluted columns above. Large 8-panel door has moulded panels to sides and above; blind window in side bays with architrave and dentilled cornice, and banded rustication beneath. Side elevations have a tripartite window, and a bay with a Venetian window projects from the rear; arched doorway to vault in left-hand elevation. INTERIOR: tiled floor and dais in the bay, panelled plinth and pilasters to cornice, and moulded panels in the ceiling. Includes a number of well-carved memorial tablets. The cupola is based on the Roman monument at St Remy, Provence.

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