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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. View of gabled niche in the buttress on the south - west corner of the south transept. The gable terminates in head carved label stops and the roll - and - fillet moulded arches are carried on filleted shafts. Carvings on the east capital show human heads; those on the west have floriate designs.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the south - west corner of the south transept showing four gabled niches in the clasping buttress bounded above and below by stringcourse. The gables terminate in head carved label stops on the upper niches and foliate label stops on the lower ones. The roll - and - fillet moulded arches are carried on filleted…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south - east corner of the south transept showing gabled niches in the clasping buttress bounded above and below by stringcourse and topped by an octagonal turret of ashlar masonry. The gables terminate in head carved label stops and the roll - and - fillet moulded arches are carried on filleted shafts with bell…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east end of choir showing graded triple lancet windows with banded shafts and foliate capitals, hood mouldings and label stops. A piscina flanks the outermost lancets, each one currently containing an effigy of a bishop holding a crozier. South elevation shows nine trefoil - headed lancet windows flanked by…

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