Forty-two individual Jewish cemeteries form the Baker Street Cemetery in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.
Each was historically owned and managed by a separate congregation or Jewish organization. Today many are cared for by the Jewish Cemetery Association of Massachusetts. Visiting hours for the cemeteries are posted at the main gate.
A series of small chapels line the narrow access road. Most are now closed to the public. A larger chapel at the main gate is open. According to plaques inside, it was built by the Congregation Beth El in 1930 .
For more information: https://www.jcam.org/Pages/Cemeteries/Cemetery_Pages/Boston_WestRoxbury_BakerSt.htm