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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north elevation of the presbytery from the south - west of the nave showing springers of the vaults, two lancet windows, pointed door, soffit rolls and bell capital of the nave arch. Lancet windows have multiple annulets; vaults have fallen and statues rest on the the springers.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North - east corner of cloister showing door into south aisle. The door has scallop capitals and through it can be seen south - west crossing pier of nave with capital comprising of beaded strapwork and foliate infill. The north - west corbel of the late medieval crossing tower can be seen in the distance.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north arcade of nave from the south - east showing chamfered arches resting on scallop capitals and alternating square and cylindrical piers on low perpyn walls. The west gable has three round headed windows with a smaller single light over the central window. The round headed clerestory windows are located over…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south aisle from the west showing south elevation of nave with five - bay pointed arch arcade. Piers, varied in design (round, square and octagonal, the latter with engaged shafts) have scallop capitals and rest on square plinths. They are linked by a perpyn wall(damaged). Entrance to the north transept is via…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south aisle of nave and entrance to south transept showing chamfered arch mouldings of nave and transept arches. Quatrefoil window on north elevation of nave visible through second nave bay arch.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of doorway in south elevation of nave. Recessed chamfered arches are carried on filleted shafts with water - holding bases and head carved capitals surmounted by hood moulding terminating in a cranial label stop on the eastern side. The apex of the arch and hood moulding breaks through the stringcourse overhead. A…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of transept chapel in north transept showing pointed entrance arch, double lancet windows of exterior elevation and semi - circular headed wall niche. The lancets are framed by banded shafts with foliate capitals on a stringcourse.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Detail of reset door in blocked chancel arch. Capital sculpture comprises heads alternating with foliate carving showing drill hole. Capitals supported by filleted shafts and carry roll - and - fillet arch mouldings. Hood moulding has head carved label stop. Capital design very similar to those found at St. Canice's…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. East end viewed from the south - east showing presbytery and north and south transepts. East elevation of presbytery shows pointed, traceried, three - light window which is cusped throughout. The three lights have round heads, the central lower than the outer to accomonate the roundel (damaged but once filled with…

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