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Kings College Chapel AA98_04190
Kings College Chapel AA98_04190
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St Catherines Chapel K020298
St Catherines Chapel K020298
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The Chapel, Cliffords Tower J970195
The Chapel, Cliffords Tower J970195
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Tynemouth Priory J920782
Tynemouth Priory J920782
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St Michaels Chapel
St Michaels Chapel
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Anfield Cemetery 28769_039
Anfield Cemetery 28769_039
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Flaybrick Memorial Gardens 28764_058
Flaybrick Memorial Gardens 28764_058
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Flaybrick Memorial Gardens 28764_050
Flaybrick Memorial Gardens 28764_050
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Chew Green earthworks 28677_047
Chew Green earthworks 28677_047
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Chew Green earthworks 28677_044
Chew Green earthworks 28677_044
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York Bar Convent Chapel AA42_08719
York Bar Convent Chapel AA42_08719
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Durham Galilee Chapel AA42_05998
Durham Galilee Chapel AA42_05998
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Durham Galilee Chapel AA42_05998 Featured Print

Durham Galilee Chapel AA42_05998

Durham Cathedral, Palace Green, Durham. An interior view of the galilee in Durham Cathedral, seen from the south-west corner with a partial view of the altar in the background. The cathedral was originally a Benedictine Priory, refounded in 1541 as a cathedral. The main body was built between 1093 and 1130, with alterations and additions made in the 13th and 15th centuries.
The galilee is situated west of the west towers, and was built for Bishop le Puiset in 1189. It has four bays west-to-east and five aisles. The arcades are all on compound piers and have round-headed arches with dog-tooth mouldings. It has a raised altar against the east wall with three round-headed recesses, each a bay wide

© Historic England Archive

Manchester Cathedral, 1942 AA42_01741
Manchester Cathedral, 1942 AA42_01741
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Signal Station 28507_052
Signal Station 28507_052
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Chapel of Our Lady of the Crag DES01_01_0633
Chapel of Our Lady of the Crag DES01_01_0633
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Model of Pembroke College Chapel CC72_00096
Model of Pembroke College Chapel CC72_00096
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Trinity House Chapel, 1941 AA41_00073
Trinity House Chapel, 1941 AA41_00073
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St Catherines Chapel 29073_046
St Catherines Chapel 29073_046
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Scargill Chapel DP138879
Scargill Chapel DP138879
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Eton College Chapel CC41_00071
Eton College Chapel CC41_00071
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Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00001
Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00001
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Dover Castle J870618
Dover Castle J870618
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Tynemouth Priory J920783
Tynemouth Priory J920783
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Lincoln Medieval Bishops Palace K990953
Lincoln Medieval Bishops Palace K990953
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Trinity House Chapel, 1941 AA41_00073 Featured Print

Trinity House Chapel, 1941 AA41_00073

Chapel at Hull Trinity House and Statue Outside East Front, Princes Dock Street, City of Kingston upon Hull. An exterior view of the east elevation of Trinity House Chapel, with a partial view of a sculpture of Oceanus and a bomb shelter in the foreground, photographed in 1941.
The chapel dates to 1842, and was built by H. F. Lockwood. The east elevation is rusticated and has four giant Corinthian pilasters supporting a plain frieze and pediment, with the east window in the centre. Flanking the window are pairs of eight-panelled doors with stone pilasters and rectangular overlights. In front of the east window is a statue of Oceanus reclining, sculpted by Thomas Earle in 1828. It was moved to this position after originally being on the Trinity House almshouses. The east window has been covered. to prevent blast damage. In the foreground is a bomb shelter, with a north-east facing entrance

© Historic England Archive

Langley Chapel K040493
Langley Chapel K040493
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Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00012
Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00012
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Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00003
Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00003
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Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick J060174
Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick J060174
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Kings College Chapel, Cambridge K991440
Kings College Chapel, Cambridge K991440
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Carisbrooke Castle Chapel N070962
Carisbrooke Castle Chapel N070962
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Roman signal station, Scarborough Castle J840076
Roman signal station, Scarborough Castle J840076
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Lindsey St Jamess Chapel N100251
Lindsey St Jamess Chapel N100251
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Langley Chapel N072011
Langley Chapel N072011
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North Elmham Chapel J940386
North Elmham Chapel J940386
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North Elmham Chapel c.1100 J940384
North Elmham Chapel c.1100 J940384
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Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00004
Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00004
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Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00003 Featured Print

Lincolns Inn Chapel October 1915 DD55_00003

LINCOLNS INN CHAPEL, Holborn, London. Interior view of a shattered stained glass window damaged by a German Zeppelin bomb. Photographed shortly after the bomb fell on 13th October 1915

© Historic England

Chapel, Destruction, War Time, Window, Ww 1

Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abbey DD97_00183
Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abbey DD97_00183
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St Johns College, Cambridge K991413
St Johns College, Cambridge K991413
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St. Nicholas Chapel, Carisbrooke Castle J020116
St. Nicholas Chapel, Carisbrooke Castle J020116
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St Catherines Chapel K020300
St Catherines Chapel K020300
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Farleigh Hungerford Castle J040061
Farleigh Hungerford Castle J040061
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Remains of St Giles Hospital
Remains of St Giles Hospital
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Parish Church of St. Andrew
Parish Church of St. Andrew
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Methodist Chapel
Methodist Chapel
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