Peterborough Cathedral, Cambridgeshire - 7th September 2005

With 45 minutes to kill whilst getting an emergency passport replacement sorted out, Nosher wanders over to the nearby Peterborough Cathedral for a quick look around

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The West Front, described as the

The West Front, described as the "most magnificent portico in Europe"



The nave, with wooden ceiling dating from 1230

The nave, with wooden ceiling dating from 1230

A slightly-scary 1970s statue of Jesus

A slightly-scary 1970s statue of Jesus

The choir

The choir

View of the eastern end of the nave, and the bottom of the central tower

View of the eastern end of the nave, and the bottom of the central tower


Looking straight up at the central tower

Looking straight up at the central tower

Stained-glass windows

Stained-glass windows









Plaque dedicated to Edith Cavell

Plaque dedicated to Edith Cavell


Interesting victorian radiator

Interesting victorian radiator

Candles in front of the St Sprite chapel

Candles in front of the St Sprite chapel




  
   
   
   

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