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The St Nicolas British Cemetery is located at the village of St. Nicolas just outside Arras. The cemetery was started in March 1917 and used by the divisions and field ambulances stationed there until October 1918. St Nicolas British Cemetery contains 364 First World War burials. The cemetery was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield.
 
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Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.

Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.
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The St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras is located in the town of St. Nicolas - just outside Arras. To reach the cemetery you need to use a small footpath thru a residential area.

The St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras is located in the town of St. Nicolas - just outside Arras. To reach the cemetery you need to use a small footpath thru a residential area.
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Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.

Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.
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Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.

Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.
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Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.

Some of the British World War I graves located on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.
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Known and unknown British World War I graves can be found on the St Nicolas British Cemetery near Arras.
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