Cemetery, Rodway Mausoleum, Trowbridge General Cemetery, Wiltshire, BA14 (Grade II)

Cemetery, Rodway Mausoleum is a grade two (II) listed building in Trowbridge General Cemetery, Wiltshire, BA14. It was first listed in 1976.

About Cemetery, Rodway Mausoleum

THE DOWN 1. 5411 (East Side) Cemetery, Rodway Mausoleum ST 8658 10/215 II

1870, designed and built by William Smith of Trowbridge. Front with triple gabled arcade. Dogtooth and moulded verge to cope with gargoyles at bases. 4 pink granite shafts with floral caps. Main gable has saddlestone formerly with cross. Trefoil headed niche below with statue of the Redeemer (by Palmer and Shepheard of Bristol). Trefoil arch in centre above which is oculus filled with wrought iron spikes and supported above lintel by angels. Motto on lintel. Very heavily wrought iron strapwork on doors (by Lucas); steps into now derelict vault. Sides battered, with corner gargoyles. Top barrel vaulted; end apsed.

Where is Cemetery, Rodway Mausoleum?

Cemetery, Rodway Mausoleum is located on The Down, in Trowbridge General Cemetery, Wiltshire, BA14.

Key Facts

Grid ReferenceST 86249 58924
Easting, Northing386249, 158924.36084
Latitude, Longitude51.329247, -2.198748
Grade listingII (two)
English Heritage List Entry Number1021563
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