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Princeton galleryThanks to Frank Sacks for passing on this direct link to the photo gallery for Princeton Abbey site.

See earlier story  What’s happening at Princeton for background details. From the story…

Under a new plan, the seminary grounds will become a final resting place open to the general public, with more than 25,000 spots available between graves, crypts, and cremation niches. The walls and floor of the chapel itself will become a space to inter ashes and to visit the cremated remains of loved ones. There will be room for about 7,000 traditional graves, 3,000 spots in above-ground crypts, and 2,000 underground. That figure includes a planned garden for cremated remains that will be offered for free to veterans whose ashes are lying unclaimed in funeral homes.