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Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept door in three moulded orders. Inner square order has angle shaft flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Outer two orders have plan shafts with water - holding bases on round plinths. These shafts flanked at inner faces by hollows and round shafts and at outer faces by hollows and roll - and -…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of lavabo arch and capital. The damaged capital shows remains of affronted winged birds or hybrids. The abacus is plan. The string - course above the capital is broken. The soffit is moulded with a triplet of roll - and - fillets, each separated by a fillet. The soffit rolls are separated from the outer orders by a…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Capital of the lavabo showing acanthus foliate carving with decorative drill holes below. Capital is surmounted by a roll - and - fillet abacus; round shaft of the jamb is missing but others visible in background.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of interior of north transept showing part of a tomb recess. Outer order, comprised of a roll - and - fillet moulding, rests on chamfered base with pyramid stops. The inner order of the recess has a round water - holding base (en délit shaft missing) flanked at outer face vertical band of dogtooth ornament, both…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of northern transept showing half - pier abutting wall and doorway. Half - pier has roll - and - fillet angle shafts flanked by hollows and fillets. Doorway leading to newel stair has plain chamfered jambs terminating in pyramidal stops at base.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept, east arcade, first pier (seen from the south) showing square piers with roll - and - fillet angle shafts. Shafts flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Hollows run into a chamfer at base.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept door in three moulded orders. Inner square order has angle shaft flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Outer two orders have plan shafts with water - holding bases on round plinths. These shafts flanked at inner faces by hollows and round shafts and at outer faces by hollows and roll - and -…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Capital of the lavabo with acanthus foliate carving in the bell surmounted by a roll - and - fillet abacus all resting upon a jamb with a round shaft. Richly moulded soffit is visible at the top of the image.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Nave viewed from the north - west showing foundations of the north and south aisle walls and some of the main arcade piers including the north - west and south - west crossing piers. The chapter house with Decorated window is visible in the background.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the west face of the south - west crossing pier. Measuring over 2.44m on its axis, the substantial size suggests it was required to support a central tower.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View into western aisle of north transept. Foreground shows north - west crossing pier with plain shafts on a chamfered plinth. Transept piers are rectangular in shape and have filleted shafts with water - holding bases.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south - east crossing pier, diamond - shaped in plan, showing large filleted shafts resting on octagonal chamfered bases. Evidence of four separate, successive building phases can be identified by the base moulding, shafts, responds and plinths.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of eastern - most window in the south elevation of the chapter house. A pair of cusped round - headed lights are surmounted by a small spherical diamond light which separates the curvilinear tracery above. This is composed of two cusped inward facing mouchettes surmounted by a cusped quatrefoil light. The mullions…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east end of presbytery from the south - east showing buttress at the south - east corner, projecting from a battered masonry plinth. Disposition and size of the buttresses on north and south elevations suggest the existence of a rib - vault in the extended presbytery, probably divided into three bays. A similar…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of lavabo showing 1.5 bays of the octagonally planned building. Each bay occupies a side of the octagon. The bays are divided vertically by angle shafts of twin rolls separated by an angle fillet which support acanthus capitals, these in turn once supported a rib - vault. The bays are divided horizontally…

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