Ely Cathedral, the West Tower

Ely Cathedral, the West Tower

First completed in 1189. Extensively restored by George Gilbert Scott


Ely, Cambridgeshire

Other Views

  • Ely Cathedral from the south-east
  • Octagon and Lantern, Lady Chapel at left
  • St Catherine's Chapel, rebuilt by Scott
  • Interior of the Octagon, showing Scott's screen (contemporary engraving)
  • The nave, looking east
  • The nave ceiling, painted 1858-65
  • Victorian scrollwork on the West Door
  • An example of early brick diapering on the Bishop's Palace
  • Ely from under the Railway Bridge, by Jospeh Pennell
  • Photograph, caption, and commentary by Jacqueline Banerjee

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