Monday, October 17, 2011

Beverley Minster -fotofacade

Submitted by Andy Marshall 
Beverley Minster in the East Riding of Yorkshire is jam packed full of Early English architecture with a dash of the Decorated and Perpendicular thrown in for good measure. What you see today dates from the early C13th onwards. There are some wonderful examples of every period since then tied into the warp and weft of the fabric.
Pattern and decoration in Beverley Minster
If you pay a visit try and catch the tour of the roof space
Carvings to hoodmoulds in the Nave
The Nave
Coade Stone Memorial in the South Transept
Choir Stall Carvings
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