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The ancient stone that divided the parishes of Leigh and Powick, St Matthias, Malvern Link, Worcestershire157 views
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Cemetery at St Matthias, Malvern Link, Worcestershire813 views
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St Matthias, Malvern Link, Worcestershire196 views
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Fallen headstones, St Matthias, Malvern Link, Worcestershire164 views"Tip" is a big problem for gravestones in the UK. There are even special "tip" meters used in graveyards to try to ascertain which stones are in danger of falling. At St. Matthias the fallen stones are put up against one of the walls of the graveyard.
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Cemetery, St Matthias, Malvern Link, Worcestershire164 views
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Martley Parish Church cemetery751 views
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Martley Parish Church cemetery199 views
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Martley Parish Church cemetery138 views
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Martley Parish Church cemetery143 views
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Martley Parish Church cemetery357 viewsA memorial being gradually torn apart by an ivy vine, and by the passage of time and the British weather.
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Martley Parish Church cemetery168 viewsOld gravestones are used as a retaining wall for the soil around this tree. I realise that "topple" is a problem with gravestones in British cemeteries, but using old stones as a wall seems a bit unfortunate to me.
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Martley Parish Church cemetery159 views
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