london built a railway to take urban mourners and dead to a cemetery outside the city
posted to lemmy
- There were such things as "coffin tickets"
- Separate Anglican and non-Anglican parts of the cemetery, naturally, but also parts of the train (for the living and dead)
- Funerals also came in first-class, second-class, and third-class with corresponding rights to permanent memorial (or risk of exhumation)
- They had an extremely badass logo
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