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Religious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Cathedrals

Cathedrals Collection
119 Rights Managed

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Our Lady and St Paulinus Church, Dewsbury ME001176

Our Lady and St Paulinus Church, Dewsbury ME001176
Our Lady and St Paulinus Church, Dewsbury, Kirklees, West Yorkshire. Pen and ink sketch, by Peter Anson, showing exterior from the street, with car. 1938

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Durham Cathedral OP04503

Durham Cathedral OP04503
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. Interior view of Durham Cathedral from the north-east showing decorated piers in the nave and crossing. Photographed by John Gay during the 1960s

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Durham Cathedral K011466

Durham Cathedral K011466
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. View of cathedral on hill by river. Built from 1073 to 1274

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Scargill Chapel DP138879

Scargill Chapel DP138879
Kettlewell, North Yorkshire. General view of the exterior of Scargill Chapel

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Gloucester Cathedral OP11081

Gloucester Cathedral OP11081
GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL, College Green, Gloucester, Gloucestershire. Sunlight breaking through clouds and lighting the cathedral. Photographed by Sydney Pitcher between 1900 and 1920. Sun rays

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Glastonbury Tor K020560

Glastonbury Tor K020560
GLASTONBURY TOR, Somerset. St. Michaels Church, c15th century tower on top of the tor

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: St Pancras Old Church AA062364

St Pancras Old Church AA062364
ST PANCRAS OLD CHURCH, Camden Town, London. A view through the wrought iron gateway leading into St Pancras Gardens. Photograph by John Gay. Date range: 1960-1972

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Sea of Steps, Wells Cathedral a66_00136

Sea of Steps, Wells Cathedral a66_00136
WELLS CATHEDRAL, Wells, Somerset. Interior view. The Sea of Steps. Photographed by Herbert Felton in 1948

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570

Lincoln Cathedral BB49_02570
LINCOLN CATHEDRAL, Lincolnshire. A misty view with Lincoln Cathedral in the distance taken from the Swanpool. The Cathedral dates back to 1092 with later additions and remodelling

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Hereford Cathedral N090335

Hereford Cathedral N090335
HEREFORD CATHEDRAL, Herefordshire. View across the river Wye towards the Cathedral

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987

St Pauls Cathedral BB91_18987
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. St Pauls, viewed from Bull Wharf on the river frontage, seems to dominate the Victorian City. Photograph pre-1876. Howarth-Loomes Collection

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Whitby Abbey at night N070034

Whitby Abbey at night N070034
WHITBY ABBEY, North Yorkshire. A floodlit view of the abbey at night with reflection in the water

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: York Minster K011134

York Minster K011134
YORK MINSTER. North Yorkshire. A view from the south west along the city walls near Station Road

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064

Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064
MILLENNIUM BRIDGE, London. The southern approach to the bridge looking towards St Pauls at dusk / night

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Southwell Minster a98_16670

Southwell Minster a98_16670
Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire. The west front of St Mary the Virgin Minster as seen from the gateway. The minster was established by Archbishop Oskytel of York in 956 AD but the present building

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Kings College Chapel a98_04190

Kings College Chapel a98_04190
KINGs COLLEGE CHAPEL, Cambridge, Interior view. The organ is dominant, standing on the screen which divides the chapel and ante-chapel

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Most Holy Trinity Church, Bermondsey ME001036

Most Holy Trinity Church, Bermondsey ME001036
Most Holy Trinity Church, Bermondsey, London. Pen and ink sketch, by Peter Anson, of the exterior from the street with people and tram. 1939

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Mistley Towers N100200

Mistley Towers N100200
MISTLEY TOWERS, Essex. Exterior view of Mistley Towers taken from the south east. Designed by Robert Adams

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth K040545

Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth K040545
ROYAL GARRISON CHURCH, PORTSMOUTH, Hampshire. General view from the south west

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Beverley Minster N100030

Beverley Minster N100030
BEVERLEY MINSTER, East Riding of Yorkshire. Exterior of the West Front

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Ely Cathedral J910537

Ely Cathedral J910537
ELY CATHEDRAL, Ely, Cambridgeshire. View of the East end

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral

Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral
Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, 1962-7, with earlier crypt by Lutyens. IoE 359118

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: St Roberts Church, Morpeth ME001116

St Roberts Church, Morpeth ME001116
ST ROBERTS CHURCH, Oldgate, Morpeth, Northumberland. Pen and ink sketch showing the exterior from the north west. 1934 sketch by Peter Anson

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Hereford Cathedral a002157

Hereford Cathedral a002157
HEREFORD CATHEDRAL, Hereford, Herefordshire. An exterior view looking towards the west front of the Cathedral from King Street. The west front was built by Oldrid Scott

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Gloucester Cathedral N000044

Gloucester Cathedral N000044
GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL, Gloucestershire. Detail of the crossing tower from the south west

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Cirencester Holy Trinity CC57_00068

Cirencester Holy Trinity CC57_00068
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The church exterior from the north-west. Made from Forest Marble and with a stone roof

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Dartmouth Castle K021153

Dartmouth Castle K021153
DARTMOUTH CASTLE, Devon. View from entrance to the Dart Estuary. Gun Tower 1481, north gun platform 1539-44, St. Petrox Church 1641

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Peterborough Cathedral J920054

Peterborough Cathedral J920054
PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL, Cambridgeshire. Exterior view of the cathedral at night

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral
Landmark medieval building, surrounded by a close and boasting the tallest spire in England. IoE 318954

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Truro Cathedral

Truro Cathedral
The grade I listed building, viewed from the south west across the rooftops. IoE 377394

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: St Marys Church, Battersea a063976

St Marys Church, Battersea a063976
ST MARYS CHURCH, Battersea Church Road, Battersea, London. An exterior view of the church with a mast and rigging in the foreground. John Gay. Date range: Jan 1962 - May 1964

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Westminster Abbey J060188

Westminster Abbey J060188
WESTMINSTER ABBEY, London. A front view of the west elevation at night

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: St Saviour Church Tower, Lewisham ME001053

St Saviour Church Tower, Lewisham ME001053
St Saviour and St John the Baptist and Evangelist Church, Lewisham, London. Pen and ink sketch, by Peter Anson, of the campanile from a busy High Street with cars, buses and people. 1939

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: St Brides Church, London a61_02660

St Brides Church, London a61_02660
ST BRIDES CHURCH, Fleet Street, London. Interior view. St Brides was rebuilt in 1671-8 to the designs of Sir Christopher Wren following the Great Fire of London

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Durham Cathedral K011467

Durham Cathedral K011467
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, Durham. Built between 1093 & 1274. Norman structure

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Worcester Cathedral N060745

Worcester Cathedral N060745
WORCESTER CATHEDRAL, Worcestershire. View of the cathedral and the River Severn from the north west

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Ely Cathedral Lantern HKR01_01_003

Ely Cathedral Lantern HKR01_01_003
Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire. Interior view looking up to the Lantern. Photographed by Margaret F. Harker. c. late-1940s

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: York Minster IC256_012

York Minster IC256_012
A reconstruction drawing, by Allan T. Adams, showing the exterior of York Minster as it may have appeared from the south-east in the 1250s

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Truro EAR007243

Truro EAR007243
Truro and Cathedral, Cornwall. The Gothic Revival Cathedral was begun in the 1880s. Aerial view by Aeropictorial. Aerofilms Collection. July 1946

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: York Minster IC256_003

York Minster IC256_003
A reconstruction drawing, by Allan T. Adams, showing the exterior of York Minster as it may have appeared circa 1070 from the south-east

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: St Marys Church, Kempley N100436

St Marys Church, Kempley N100436
ST MARYs CHURCH, KEMPLEY, Gloucestershire. General 2010 exterior view

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Ely Cathedral a019773

Ely Cathedral a019773
ELY CATHEDRAL, Cambridgeshire. Interior view. The light passing through the stained glass windows creates a kaleidoscope effect inside the 11th-century cathedral

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Roman Pharos and St Marys Church J960160

Roman Pharos and St Marys Church J960160
DOVER CASTLE, Kent. The Roman pharos lighthouse and St Mary in Castro church (St Mary in the Castle)

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Tynemouth Priory J920782

Tynemouth Priory J920782
TYNEMOUTH PRIORY, Tyne and Wear. Interior of the Percy Chantry showing vaulted ceiling, rose window and altar

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King N060443

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King N060443
METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING, Liverpool. An abstract exterior view of the belfry

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Church of St. Mary

Church of St. Mary
Grade I listed church in Fawsley, Northamptonshire. IoE 360567

Background imageReligious Architecture Rights Managed Collection: Church of St Mary and All Saints Fotheringhay IoE232628

Church of St Mary and All Saints Fotheringhay IoE232628
Magnificent grade I listed church at Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire. IoE 232628




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