Paddington Old Cemetery

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Nowhere near Paddington, it's in Kilburn, but was named for the Paddington Burial Board who opened it in 1855, and Brent Council has kept the name. It's a beautiful little cemetery with a pair of stunning chapels (only one is still in use). The cemetery starred in the Doctor Who story The Remembrance of the Daleks.

I was playing with a new lens (50mm f1.4 - so expect a lot of very shallow depth of field stuff until I get bored with that).

Visiting: Walkable from Kilburn, Kilburn Park or Queen's Park tubes; 98 bus stops outside. A fair few livings around, mostly dog walkers. Occasional drunks and swarms of bees.

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