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Post  jagoa on Wed Mar 06, 2013 11:13 am

No Place Field was the Naval burial ground of Royal Naval Hospital, Stonehouse and the last resting place for some 3000 individuals or more. When the site was redeveloped, these pics show the result. This, after a clean up prompted by locals who were concerned that the area was being frequented by drug users and there were even reports of children playing with human bones. (The majority of the remains had been re-interred at Efford Cemetery).

The front of the development, North Road West entrance




Some pics from the rear, Victoria Park side showing broken headstones lying amongst modern rubbish




In contrast, a scene from within Haslar RN cemetery



Makes you wonder whether Plymouth really does care for it's history at all, doesn't it?


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