Derelict-looking buildings on Rose Lane

Derelict-looking buildings on Rose Lane

Some sort of old garage on Rose Lane

The old Peppermint Park nightclub

Wheelie bins by a manky door

Looking up Prince of Wales Road

Another look at the old Railway Mission

The Prince of India seems frozen in time

The old Prince of India restaurant

There's a nice old car outside the Maid's Head

The spire of the Cathedral disappears into the mist

A window depicting the life of Julian of Norwich

The oldest part of the cathedral, from 1096

Fragments of mediaeval wall paintings

The treasury ceiling

The High Altar in the chancel

Gothic windows and roof over Norman arches

The Choir, and the cathedral's organ

Modern blue-and-yellow stained glass

Nice modern glass along an aisle

The Milennium window, and the north transept

The restored C19th nave window

Looking west along the nave

Another nice stained glass window

Orange and purple light along the aisle

Re-purposed Rowntree factory vessels

Some of the 1000+ mediaeval ceiling bosses

The parting of the Red Sea as a ceiling boss

One of the few Tudor-decorated chantries

The origin story of the cathedral, in wall art

Some of the 15th century misericords

An interpretation of an unseen pelican as a lecturn

A Union flag from the Napoleonic wars

The late-C14th Despenser Retable

Three possible seating positions in the cloisters

Jesus on the cross in the cloisters

Pull's Ferry on the River Wensum

Classic view of Pull's Ferry and the C12th slipway

The cathedral behind the grammar school rugby pitch

The Red Lion pub on Bishopgate

The C14th Bishop Bridge at Bishopgate

A Fast-Fit garage on Riverside Road

The mediaeval Cow Tower

Inside Cow Tower

Edith Cavell's grave outside the cathedral

Cool 1950s building on St. Andrew's Street

A derelict shop on Swan Lane

Patisserie Valerie is falling apart

The old puppet guy does his thing outside Lloyds

The Salvation Army is playing on Gentleman's Walk

The Sally Army band on Gentleman's Walk

Not much is happening on the Haymarket

Graffiti on Orford Place

Debenhams grows increasingly derelict

A 1960s hold-out on St. Stephen's Street

The eyesore that is St. Stephen's car park

A 1920s building on Chapelfield Road

Pineapples on the St. Stephen's subway

A grimy subway intersection

More graffiti in an underpass

Tattered posters on a subway wall

A lurid Chinese supermarket on Queen's Road

A remnant of the old Norwich Union

Another 50s office block on All Saints Green

The curious 1930s building is still there

An old building is absorbed by the modern

Paradise Place isn't really

The church of St. Julian, and the hermit cell

The graffiti'd derelict shop in King Street

Isobel's in the St. John Ambulance HQ

A cool 1937 stone in a building

A painted dinosaur in Castle Mall

A horse and a duck in a courtyard

Isobel waits outside a kebab shop

The house looks like we've done it up for halloween

The boys find some ice in the side field

Fred shows off some cool sculpted ice

The boys run off into the mist