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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. Interior of lavabo showing twin round shafts separated by arris fillet bearing acanthus foliate carved bell capital which interrupts a roll - and - fillet stringcourse;the abacus is the springing point of the vault rib.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north transept showing south - eastern transept chapel. The south pier respond adjoins the north - east crossing pier. Complex series of roll - and - fillet arch mouldings are augmented with endélit shafts, these all rest on water - holding bases and a chamfered plinth.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. West - end crypt viewed from the south. The rectangular main chamber is accessed via stone steps and is lit by four small windows in the west wall, each had a cruciform grille. A doorway leads from this main chamber to a roughly square - planned room under the west bay of the north aisle. It receives no direct lighting.…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North elevation of nave showing six - bay pointed arch arcade with round - headed clerestory windows over the piers. Piers, varied in design (round, square and octagonal) have scallop capitals and rest on a perpyn wall (damaged).

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. South transept, sacristy, east end presbytery and crossing tower viewed from the south - east. South transept shows two pointed arch windows, sacristy shows entrance portal and south elevation of presbytery shows twin ogee lights similar to those in the crossing tower which has crow - step battlements.

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