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Background imageCathedral Collection: Worcester Cathedral CC66_00143

Worcester Cathedral CC66_00143
Worcester Cathedral. Looking west through the choir, showing the tomb of King John. Photographed 1920-1949

Background imageCathedral Collection: Durham Cathedral K011466

Durham Cathedral K011466
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. View of cathedral on hill by river. Built from 1073 to 1274

Background imageCathedral Collection: Gloucester Cathedral OP11081

Gloucester Cathedral OP11081
GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL, College Green, Gloucester, Gloucestershire. Sunlight breaking through clouds and lighting the cathedral. Photographed by Sydney Pitcher between 1900 and 1920. Sun rays

Background imageCathedral Collection: Coventry Cathedral CC47_02918

Coventry Cathedral CC47_02918
Cathedral Church Of St Michael, Bailey Lane, Coventry. The shell of the old Cathedral viewed from the south east with a basement exposed beneath derelict ground at the corner of Bailey Lane

Background imageCathedral Collection: Sea of Steps, Wells Cathedral a66_00136

Sea of Steps, Wells Cathedral a66_00136
WELLS CATHEDRAL, Wells, Somerset. Interior view. The Sea of Steps. Photographed by Herbert Felton in 1948

Background imageCathedral Collection: Durham Cathedral OP04503

Durham Cathedral OP04503
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. Interior view of Durham Cathedral from the north-east showing decorated piers in the nave and crossing. Photographed by John Gay during the 1960s

Background imageCathedral Collection: Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570

Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570
LINCOLN CATHEDRAL, Lincolnshire. A misty view with Lincoln Cathedral in the distance taken from the Swanpool. The Cathedral dates back to 1092 with later additions and remodelling

Background imageCathedral Collection: Durham Cathedral door knocker K011465

Durham Cathedral door knocker K011465
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, County Durham. Cathedral Sanctuary knocker in the shape of a mask

Background imageCathedral Collection: Hereford Cathedral N090335

Hereford Cathedral N090335
HEREFORD CATHEDRAL, Herefordshire. View across the river Wye towards the Cathedral

Background imageCathedral Collection: Coventry Cathedral EAW024986

Coventry Cathedral EAW024986
COVENTRY CATHEDRAL. The old Cathedral was destroyed by incendiary bombs on 14 November 1940, with only its spire and outer walls surviving

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01

St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01
View of St Pauls Cathedral from Southwark Bridge, London. Attributed to Alfred Rosling. c.1855. Albumen print

Background imageCathedral Collection: Postman, Harnham, Salisbury OP04500

Postman, Harnham, Salisbury OP04500
HARNHAM, Salisbury, Wiltshire. View from the Old Mill at Harnham, looking across the water meadows towards Salisbury Cathedral with a postman pushing his bicycle along the Town Path in

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987

St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. St Pauls, viewed from Bull Wharf on the river frontage, seems to dominate the Victorian City. Photograph pre-1876. Howarth-Loomes Collection

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral CC97_00536

St Pauls Cathedral CC97_00536
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. A general view looking across the River Thames from bankside and towards St Pauls with a passenger paddle steamer moored at the opposite bank

Background imageCathedral Collection: Old Sarum K000139

Old Sarum K000139
OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Aerial view

Background imageCathedral Collection: York Minster K011134

York Minster K011134
YORK MINSTER. North Yorkshire. A view from the south west along the city walls near Station Road

Background imageCathedral Collection: Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064

Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064
MILLENNIUM BRIDGE, London. The southern approach to the bridge looking towards St Pauls at dusk / night

Background imageCathedral Collection: Winchester Cathedral Priory IC263_001

Winchester Cathedral Priory IC263_001
Reconstruction drawing depicting an aerial view of Winchester Cathedral Priory as it may have appeared at the time of the Dissolution, circa 1540

Background imageCathedral Collection: Liverpool Cathedral EAW023367

Liverpool Cathedral EAW023367
LIVERPOOL CATHEDRAL. The Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool was begun in 1904 to a design of Giles Gilbert Scott. The tower was completed in 1942, but the cathedral was not completed until 1978

Background imageCathedral Collection: Worcester in 1921 EPW005383

Worcester in 1921 EPW005383
WORCESTER, Worcestershire. Aerial view, from the north west, over the city centre, March 1921. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageCathedral Collection: Hereford Cathedral a002157

Hereford Cathedral a002157
HEREFORD CATHEDRAL, Hereford, Herefordshire. An exterior view looking towards the west front of the Cathedral from King Street. The west front was built by Oldrid Scott

Background imageCathedral Collection: Beverley Minster N100030

Beverley Minster N100030
BEVERLEY MINSTER, East Riding of Yorkshire. Exterior of the West Front

Background imageCathedral Collection: Ely Cathedral J910537

Ely Cathedral J910537
ELY CATHEDRAL, Ely, Cambridgeshire. View of the East end

Background imageCathedral Collection: Southwell Minster a98_16670

Southwell Minster a98_16670
Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire. The west front of St Mary the Virgin Minster as seen from the gateway. The minster was established by Archbishop Oskytel of York in 956 AD but the present building

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral a077337

St Pauls Cathedral a077337
ST PAULS CATHEDRAL, London. Part of the west facade of St. Pauls Cathedral in the City of London, as seen past road traffic on Ludgate Hill to the west, with London buses in the foreground

Background imageCathedral Collection: Salisbury Cathedral a083373

Salisbury Cathedral a083373
Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire. A view of the spire of the Cathedral Church of St Mary illuminated against the night sky by floodlights

Background imageCathedral Collection: Exeter bomb damage OP07079

Exeter bomb damage OP07079
EXETER CATHEDRAL, Cathedral Close, Exeter, Devon. View looking east towards Exeter Cathedral from the tower of St Mary Arches Church, showing an area of bomb damage following the bombing in 1942

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral N110254

St Pauls Cathedral N110254
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. " Die Paulskirche im London." View from the River Thames with boats. German engraving dated 1850. From the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageCathedral Collection: Durham Cathedral door knocker a98_05177

Durham Cathedral door knocker a98_05177
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. The famous Sanctuary door knocker on the north door of Durham Cathedral. The north door dates from 1140. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1945 and 1980

Background imageCathedral Collection: Rochester Castle J940480

Rochester Castle J940480
ROCHESTER CASTLE, Kent. Aerial reconstruction drawing by Alan Sorrell showing the castle as it might have appeared in the fifteenth century

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Albans Abbey FF003035

St Albans Abbey FF003035
ST ALBANS ABBEY, St Albans, Hertfordshire. The tower of St Albans Abbey seen from north-west in the churchyard. Photographed by John Gay in the 1960s

Background imageCathedral Collection: Ely Cathedral a019773

Ely Cathedral a019773
ELY CATHEDRAL, Cambridgeshire. Interior view. The light passing through the stained glass windows creates a kaleidoscope effect inside the 11th-century cathedral

Background imageCathedral Collection: R101 Airship AFL03_aerofilms_c16455

R101 Airship AFL03_aerofilms_c16455
The R101 flying over St Pauls Cathedral during a test flight 1929-1930. Probably a composite photo montage. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageCathedral Collection: Wellingtons last procession K020718

Wellingtons last procession K020718
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. Watercolour. After the Late Duke of Wellingtons death at Walmer Castle in September 1852 he was honoured with an official state occasion at St Pauls Cathedral, London

Background imageCathedral Collection: Exeter Cathedral bomb damage BB42_00740

Exeter Cathedral bomb damage BB42_00740
EXETER CATHEDRAL, Devon. On the night of 3-4 May 1942 a bomb fell on the Chapel of St James in the south choir aisle of the cathedral, causing considerable damage to the late 13th-century fabric

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral EAW011371

St Pauls Cathedral EAW011371
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. Aerial view. In this photograph of October 1947 the Cathedral still survives, but the widespread devastation caused by bombing during the Second World War is apparent in

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral in bomb damaged surroundings a093716

St Pauls Cathedral in bomb damaged surroundings a093716
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. The cathedral in mist with the snow-covered ruins of a bomb damaged building in the foreground. Photographed by John Gay in 1947

Background imageCathedral Collection: Coventry Cathedral BB98_06261

Coventry Cathedral BB98_06261
COVENTRY CATHEDRAL, West Midlands. A view of the Cathedral taken from Pepper Lane. The Cathedral church is named for St Michael

Background imageCathedral Collection: Gloucester Cathedral N000044

Gloucester Cathedral N000044
GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL, Gloucestershire. Detail of the crossing tower from the south west

Background imageCathedral Collection: Canterbury Cathedral EAW004809

Canterbury Cathedral EAW004809
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL, Kent. Canterbury is the seat of the premiere Archbishop of the Church of England, and the Cathedral has attracted pilgrims from an early date

Background imageCathedral Collection: Rochester Cathedral EAW004796

Rochester Cathedral EAW004796
ROCHESTER CATHEDRAL and the River Medway, Kent. Aerial photograph taken in April 1947 showing the gasworks and docks next to Limehouse Reach on the Medway. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageCathedral Collection: St Pauls Cathedral N020040

St Pauls Cathedral N020040
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. Aerial view of St Pauls and surrounding City landscape

Background imageCathedral Collection: Old Sarum N070651

Old Sarum N070651
OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Aerial view

Background imageCathedral Collection: Chichester Cathedral, collapsed spire BB88_02179

Chichester Cathedral, collapsed spire BB88_02179
CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL, Chichester, West Sussex. Collapsed spire. Much of the present Chichester Cathedral dates from the 12th century

Background imageCathedral Collection: Peterborough Cathedral J920054

Peterborough Cathedral J920054
PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL, Cambridgeshire. Exterior view of the cathedral at night

Background imageCathedral Collection: Salisbury Cathedral at night a083369

Salisbury Cathedral at night a083369
SALISBURY CATHEDRAL, Wiltshire. The Cathedral Church of St Mary towering over silhouetted buildings and trees, and illuminated against the night sky by floodlights

Background imageCathedral Collection: Millennium Bridge and St Pauls 24433_021

Millennium Bridge and St Pauls 24433_021
MILLENNIUM BRIDGE, London. An aerial view of the bridge and St Pauls Cathedral. The pedestrian walkway connects the City and Southwark across the River Thames

Background imageCathedral Collection: Blackfriars Bridge J060069

Blackfriars Bridge J060069
BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE, London. Urban landscape of River Thames, St Paul s, Swiss Re building etc. at night



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