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Sadly I couldn’t get access as it’s closed for repairs, which was a shame, I would have thought that the repairs could be carried out around the visitors, one section at a time. But clearly they deemed it necessary to close the entire building, apart...More
We attended Sunday Mass here during a few days visit to the city. It is a beautiful place with an impressive beamed ceiling and wonderful acoustics. The choir at the 11.30 service gave the Solemn Mass an extra dimension; glorious singing and a lovely setting...More
I'm visiting all the cathedrals in England.
Starting up in the north and working my way south.
This is a very peaceful cathedral in the heart of a busy city.
There is a woulderful atmosphere. Beautiful windows, and an interesting history.
Many people came in...More
The cathedral can be found a short walk from the railway station. The Roman Catholic cathedral is small but has some interesting modern stained glass and interesting icons. There is also a lovely little coffee shop on site where snacks can be purchased.
This is a beautiful place to visit.
There is a new organ which has been put in place and it is fantastic to look at.
There are a variety of stained glass windows, some newer ones with the most vivid colourings in.
It was a...More
St Mary's Cathedral was close enough to the railway station to make a quiet visit. I expected a grey somewhat uninteresting church. What I saw was quite the opposite. Along the side walls was a line of quality decorative ceramic tiles bearing the names of...More