Art Deco Egyptian-style tomb, Undercliffe Cemetery, West Yorkshire, 2005.
© Richard Bosomworth / Science & Society
Two people look in through the entrance grille of a vault to someone named Illingworth. There are ancient Egyptian sphinxes in the foreground and cobras with vultures' wings above. Undercliffe Cemetery is an atmospheric, eerie burial ground with breathtaking panoramic views of Bradford. It is a classic Victorian cemetery in which many famous - and infamous - Bradfordians are buried. It is listed in the English Heritage Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest.