Photographer's Note


I intended to post this as a WS and vice versa, but I clicked the wrong click !

No matter, this is probably more telling, though I think the WS is a neater photograph. ( hint - they work well together in 'WS-compare')

Carlisle is unusual, in that much of the nave was destroyed to fortify the nearby castle, thus making it the smallest Ancient Cathedral in England, save for Oxford.

The East window seen here is largest and most complex window of its 'flowing decorated' style in England, and is the notable feature of the building.

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Additional Photos by Martin Richter (MJR) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 250 W: 69 N: 761] (3360)
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