Steve Peregrin Took
Final Resting Place:
Kensal Green Cemetery
Harrow Rd, Kensal Green
London, , W10 4RA
Grave Location:Section 103, Plot 61065-103-2
Grave Location Description
From Harrow Road just past a pub called the Masons Arm, look for the sign for St. Mary’s Cemetery and little further down you will see the entrance to Kensal Green on your left. Just inside the gate is a green hut where you can get a free map here with the numbered sections marked on it. Head for Section 103, which is past the chapel near the center of the cemetery. About 50 yards from the chapel, on the main path, you will come to a roundabout with a feature in the center, turn left here along a grassy path for about 30 yards, to your left you will see a smaller grass covered path (not very obvious). Steve Took’s grave is about 25 to 35 feet along to the right, close to the path.
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