Victorian London - Death and Dying - Cemeteries - Necropolis Railway / Woking Cemetery

NECROPOLIS - Established by Parliament - WOKING CEMETERY - The Company act also as Undertakers - FUNERALS PROVIDED complete, including private grave. Statuary work, and every expense, as follows:-
First Class 21 0s. 0d. Second Class 18 0s. 0d. Third Class 14 0s. 0d. Fourth Class 11 0s. 0d. Fifth Class 4 0s. 0d. Sixth Class 3 5s. 0d.
    The above charges include the performance of the funeral from the house, with the usual furniture and attendants, but they may be considerably reduced by dispensing with the funeral cortege through the streets of London, and the Necropolis Company think it right to state that the arrangements of meeting at their private station in the Westminster-road has been introduced by them to relieve the public from unnecessary and costly display, and that it is now daily adopted and gives complete satisfaction.
Apply personally or by letter to the Secretary, 2, Lancaster-place, Strand, or any agent of the Company, either of whom will wait on the parties and undertake all the arrangements. The train leaves the Westminster Station daily at 11.20. Separate waiting rooms.

advertisement from The Times, Friday, Jun 06, 1856