An interior view of the north cloister range in Durham Cathedral, seen from the east
- July 1942
- Durham Cathedral, Palace Green, Durham, County Durham
- Photograph (Negative)
The cathedral church was originally part of a Benedictine Priory and refounded as a cathedral in 1541. The main body was built between 1093 and 1130, with alterations and additions made in the 13th and 15th centuries.
The north cloister has eleven buttressed bays, with short walls and three-light opening with tracery. The roof is flat and timber, and has ribs in a square pattern.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wood, George Bernard
Cloister, Passage, Medieval Cathedral, Medieval Cloister
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