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Liverpool Cathedral | Photo.net
"Liverpool Anglican Cathedral" by Thomas Crossley at PicturesofEngland.com

Liverpool

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Bangor, Cathedral Choir East 1890, from Francis Frith
This is an original antique engraving, not a reproduction or modern copy. Source: A Volume of Winkle's Architectural and Picturesque Illustrationso f the Cathedral Churches of England and Wales published in 1843 This print is in good condition for its age. It does have markings though so please see listing photos for best description of condition. This engraving comes mounted, matted in antique white or black and is also available framed. We use archival matting methods so your print will be hel

Bangor - Denbighshire - North Wales

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Baptist Cathedral, Paisley

Baptist - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland

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Bristol Cathedral, c.1920 - Hayward's Postcard
Bristol Cathedral ,England

Bristol

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Canterbury Doorway. England

Canterbury

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Carlisle Cathedral
North Aisle, Carlisle Cathedral, Cumberland, c.1930s - Sankeys RP Postcard

Carlisle

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Chester Cathedral Cloister
Crossing, Chester by Colin'sPic's, via Flickr
Chester Cathedral

Chester

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Christ Church Cathedral (founded c.1028) is the spiritual heart of the city, and one of the top visitor attractions in Dublin. Step inside and you can enjoy the cathedral’s beautiful interior and fascinating medieval crypt. The history of Christ Church Cathedral reflects the history, both religious and political, of Ireland. The Cathedral Crypt is the largest in Ireland, dating back to the 12th century and the beautiful neo-gothic nave is an oasis of calm in the middle of a busy city. Visitors o
Restored in the 19th century and dominating the surrounding area, Christ Church Cathedral is built on the site of Dublin's first church, which was founded in 1028 and made of timber. The Great Nave has magnificent early Gothic arches, and here you can see the 14th-century replica of the tomb of legendary Norman conqueror Strongbow, who is buried elsewhere in the cathedral. The fragment that lies alongside is said to be part of the original tomb and has the nickname, "Strongbow's son." Parts of t

Christ Church-Dublin

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Oxford: Christ Church Cathedral | Lady Chapel, Watching loft… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford ~ by Rex Harris
Christ Church

Christ Church - Oxford

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Chichester

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Colchester - St John's Abbey Gate, Colchester, Essex, c.1910s - Valentine's Postcard

Colchester

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Engraved glass by John Hutton in Coventry Cathedral.  The whole of the south window contains 66 figures such as this, representing saints and angels.  The ruins of the old medieval cathedral, destroyed by bombing in 1941, can be seen in the background. The window dates from 1962

Coventry

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Dunkeld Cathedral, Scotland

Dunkeld - Scotland

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Durham, England. Durham Cathedral. We had fish & chips in newspaper in Durham.
Durham Cathedral, Durham

Durham

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Elgin - Moray County, Scotland

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Ely

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Exeter Cathedral
Vintage Postcard (B2) THE CHANCEL, EXETER CATHEDRAL, Devon Pub: L.L. Condition: Very Good, some wear POSTED in 1913
Vintage Postcard (B2) THE CHANCEL, EXETER CATHEDRAL, Devon Pub: L.L. Condition: Very Good, some wear POSTED in 1913

Exeter

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Glasgow

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The Knave and Altar, Gloucester Cathedral.
Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester

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Hereford Cathedral
Hereford Cathedral | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hereford

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Inside Glasgow Cathedral

Inverness

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Cathedral Church of St Martin, Leicester. St Katharine's Chapel North Window.

Leicester

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Lincoln Cathedral (in full The Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln, or sometimes St. Mary's Cathedral) is a historic cathedral located in Lincoln in England & seat of the Bishop of Lincoln in the Church of England. Building commenced in 1088 & continued in several phases throughout the medieval period. It was reputedly the tallest building in the world for 249 years (1300–1549). The central spire collapsed in 1549 and was not rebuilt.
Lincoln Cathedral Nave by Non Paratus, via Flickr | #architecture #beige #gold #blue

Lincoln

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An original antique print of the interior of Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire.  It is drawn and engraved by J. Storer.  An original print means that this piece of paper was printed in the early 1800s so this is an opportunity to own a piece of history which is around 200 years old. This original print is now in a conservation quality, acid free mount which ensures its protection and could easily be framed. Any labels shown are on the outer covering which is easily removed.
"An original antique print of the interior of Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, door-way to the Chapter House.  It is engraved by J. Le Keux from a drawing by F. Mackenzie for \"Cathedral Antiqiuties\".  An original print means that this piece of paper was printed in the early 1800s so this is an opportunity to own a piece of history which is around 200 years old. This original print is now in a conservation quality, acid free mount which ensures its protection and could easily be framed. Any

Lichfield

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Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, Wales, begun in the 12th century, photo by Glass Angel on Flickr
The beautiful Lady Chapel inside Llandaff Cathedral Wales [OC][5788x8685]

Llandaff - Wales

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