New London, New Hampshire: Loaf of Bread Tombstone

If loaves of bread were large and gray, then the crypt of Emil Hanslin would look like one, sort of.

Old Main Street Cemetery

Address:
46 Old Main St., New London, NH
Directions:
I-89 exit 11. Drive east on King Hill Rd, then quickly turn left (north) onto Old Main St. Drive north one mile. The Old Main Street Cemetery will be on the left. The tombstone is under a large tree near the middle of the cemetery.
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Loaf of Bread tombstone.

Loaf of Bread Tombstone

The tomb is under a large maple tree near the middle of the cemetery.

[Passepartout22, 07/06/2009]
Loaf of Bread Tombstone

There is a huge above-ground tomb in the middle of the New London Town Cemetery that holds the body of the town baker. This tomb is shaped just like a huge loaf of bread.

[Will Beone, 02/14/2004]

The crypt of Emil Hanslin only looks like a big loaf of bread, kind of (his occupation was real estate, not baking). But if you wear a chef's hat and stand next to it, you'll still have a recipe for a fun photo....

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