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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north arcade showing fragments of various piers. One with octagonal chamfered base and vertical double - ogee mouldings resting on a high chamfered plinth of late Gothic type. Another fragment is a filleted shaft with a base set on a high round plinth. The final fragment is a vertical filleted angle - shaft…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the south - west crossing pier. Diamond - shaped in plan, the pier has large filleted shafts and bases with elongated bells on the diagonal face. Moulding style is similar to fourteenth - century work in the south transept suggesting they were constructed concurrently. Substantial form of the pier suggests it…

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. Interior of the lavabo showing a double plinth, the upper section very deep, surmounted by a water - holding base cut to echo the shaft above. The shaft comprises a central spiked hollow flanked by beak mouldings.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior of lavabo showing twin round shafts separated by an arris fillet supported by a corbel (damaged); an acanthus foliate carved bell capital which interrupts a roll - and - fillet stringcourse is the springing point of the vault rib.

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. 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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