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Peterborough Cathedral, Cambridgeshire - 7th September 2005

With 45 minutes to kill whilst getting an emergency passport replacement sorted out, Nosher wanders over to the nearby Peterborough Cathedral for a quick look around

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The West Front, described as the 'most magnificent portico in Europe'

The nave, with wooden ceiling dating from 1230

A slightly-scary 1970s statue of Jesus

The choir

View of the eastern end of the nave, and the bottom of the central tower

Looking straight up at the central tower

Stained-glass windows

Plaque dedicated to Edith Cavell

Interesting victorian radiator

Candles in front of the St Sprite chapel

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The West Front, described as the 'most magnificent portico in Europe'