Plate XXVII. Hereford Cathedral. [details]

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Plate XXVII. Hereford Cathedral.


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South West View with Cloisters.

At Hereford, where the present tower was built in the fourteenth century, there was also, as in some large monastic churches, a tall tower above the western bay of the nave. This fell in 1786, a circumstance which led to a disastrous restoration of the nave.” (p. 83)

[off-site] Hereford Cathedral Web site says “Hereford Cathedral’s 17th century Chained Library is the largest to survive with all its chains, rods and locks intact.”



125 x 93mm (4.9 x 3.7 inches)

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