The memorial to the shipwreck of the Birkenhead - one of my favourite memorials!

St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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St Mary's Church is the civic church of Bury St Edmunds and is one of the largest parish churches in England. It claims to have the second longest aisle, and the largest West Window of any parish church in the country. It was part of the abbey complex and originally was one of three large churches in the town (the others being St James, now St Edmundsbury Cathedral, and St Margaret's, now gone).
The memorial to the shipwreck of the Birkenhead - the origin of the "Birkenhead Drill". Only 193 of the estimated 643 people on board survived, and the soldiers' chivalry gave rise to the unofficial "women and children first" protocol when abandoning ship, while the "Birkenhead drill" of Rudyard Kipling's poem came to describe courage in face of hopeless circumstances.

Where is the best place to see pictures of other unusual graves?