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Archive : Lichfield

Lichfield is unique in having a cathedral that retains its three spires. Construction begin circa 1200 and continued to the late 1300s. William Of Eyton designed the lady chapel (1325) while William Ramsey (from old St. Paul's) worked on linking the lady chapel to the choir. The central spire was damaged in the Civil War and restored by Sir Christopher Wren.

Lichfield Cathedral
Leading to the corn exchange Probably almshouses The guildhall and tudor buildings
Antique shop Hospital Of St. John The Baptist Hospital Of St. John The Baptist
St. Mary's Lichfield Cathedral
The crossing tower
The west front Edward II, Edward III and Richard II on the west front The nave
Dilapidated exterior tomb The lady chapel
The south transept The south transept South transept door
King Charles II The nave
The north transept The nave The south transept
Looking across the crossing The altar The lady chapel
Arcaded vestibule leading to the chapter house The nave clerestory The chapter house
The Zulu War memorial St. George and the memorial for the Nile campaign Gilbert Scott's screen
The chapel of St. Chad's head The chapel of St. Chad's head Bishop Lonsdale's tomb