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Sign on fence says private now

Preece Cemetery
Preece Cemetery
A wide shot of the cemetery. Older stones are to the right and center.
User: Austin Explorer - 7/29/2009

Location: Preece Cemetery

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I stopped by after work today to make the visit official.  The photos attached to this log entry are from a previous visit some years ago.

The sign on the fence says private so visiting this cemetery may no longer be an option.



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Preece Cemetery
Preece Cemetery
Anonymous
Anonymous
Angel Crossing
Angel Crossing
Veteran
Veteran
Young
Young
Broken Glass
Broken Glass

Area around Preece Cemetery

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