Dorking Cemetery - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Virtual tour showing some of the graves at Dorking Cemetery and the view to Box Hill in the Surrey Hills of the Mole Valley. This panorama was taken early in the morning in late December 2011 on a sunny day.
Dorking Cemetery - FURTHER INFORMATION
Dorking Cemetery - Dorking visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Dorking Cemetery' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Surrey.
Managed by Mole Valley District Council, Dorking Cemetery was consecrated and opened in November 1855. The 14 acre site contains a Woodland Burial area, Children's Plot and Lawn Cemetery where full burials and cremated remains interments take place. The cemetery is open to the public from 9.00am until dusk 7 days a week, including bank holidays and has limited parking on site. The cemetery contains a small, Grade II listed Church of England chapel which is used for services.
The cemetery lies just south of Box Hill, which can be clearly seen from the graveyard.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Dorking Cemetery (21, 22, 32, 669, 913)
Train: Dorking Rail Station, Dorking Deepdene Rail Station, Dorking West Rail Station.
Road: Dorking Cemetery located on the A25 Reigate Road, about 1 mile west of the town center. Dorking is at the junction of the A24 and A25 roads, about 27 miles from central London and 12 miles east of Guildford. It is 15 miles north-west of Gatwick Airport.