ENTRANCE ARCHWAY TO THE HAREFIELD AUSTRALIAN MILITARY CEMETERY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1061378

Date first listed: 19-Jul-2002

Statutory Address: ENTRANCE ARCHWAY TO THE HAREFIELD AUSTRALIAN MILITARY CEMETERY

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Location

Statutory Address: ENTRANCE ARCHWAY TO THE HAREFIELD AUSTRALIAN MILITARY CEMETERY

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Greater London Authority

District: Hillingdon (London Borough)

National Grid Reference: TQ 05329 89520

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History

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Details

804/0/10068 HAREFIELD 19-JUL-02 Entrance Archway to the Harefield Aust ralian Military Cemetery

GV II



Archway to Australian Cemetery, Harefield

Entrance archway. Probably c.1921 by the Imperial War Graves Commission. Portland stone. A pylon-shaped arch set into the west side of the brick churchyard wall. Single arched opening with inset moulding and imposts, flanked by sunken inscription panels, inscribed 'HAREFIELD PARISH CHURCHYARD. AUSTRALIAN MILITARY CEMETERY'. Projecting base; plain iron gates. Upper part bears a shallow sunken cross with inscription 'THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE'. Above is a shallow pyramidal coping above a twice inset plinth. HISTORY: erected to mark the resting place of numerous Australian soldiers who died of wounds while patients at the nearby Harefield Place hospital during the First World War. Designed in the characteristic style of the IWGC, and showing the influence of Lutyens in its design.

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