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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of first bay of the south nave wall. Chamfered arch moulding is carried on a cylindrical pier of ashlar masonry with bell capital and water - holding base. Late Gothic entrance to night stair and coeval south cloister walk can be seen on far side of nave arcade.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of tower, nave arcade and south transept from the south - west.Three bay nave arcade carried on cylindrical piers, the most westerly pier is buttressed. South transept has three bays of round arches on square piers. The south gable elevation has a large pointed window with switch - line tracery. Tower is lit with…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave through to south transept and south cloister walk from north - west(north elevation missing). East end has five graded lancet windows with one additional lancet in the centre of the gable. South elevation has nine trefoil - headed lancet windows with niches below which have round, trefoil and ogee - headed…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east end of choir showing graded lancet windows in gable end and trefoil - headed lancets in south elevation deeply splayed reveals and chamfered arch mouldings. There are round - headed and trefoil - headed niches below the windows.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east cloister walk. The arcades are subdivided into bays of three arches by two chamfered buttresses with chamfered capitals and four - centred arches with chamfered voussoirs. The cloister has a pointed vault of rubble masonry.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave, south transept, crossing tower and south aisle from south - west showing five - bay nave arcade with quatrefoil windows over a stringcourse and arch to south transept showing rectangular window and angle buttress.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the chapter house showing single window over stringcourse at ground level and double ogee headed cusped window at upper level. Shafts with annulets at north - east and south - east corners, latter with foliate capital.

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