May 25th, 2017

Our visit to St Albans Cathedral (see also 12th Feb)

Saints, kings and Bishops.
Name plates in the choir stalls.
St Albans Cathedral
Choir stalls and organ.
St Albans Cathedral
Saints, kings and Bishops.
Name plates in the choir stalls.
St Albans Cathedral
Royal coat of arms,
St Albans Cathedral
Wooden painted shield ceiling tiles,
St Albans Cathedral.
The stone carved pulpit by John Oldrid Scott,
St Albans Cathedral
.
Stone screen between the high altar and St Albans shrine was built in 1484 by Abbot Wallingford.
St Albans Cathedral.
Norman doorway
in the south wall.
St Albans Cathedral.
St Albans Cathedral
The Shrine of St Alban,
St Albans Cathedral.
14th century wall painting of St. William of York,
St Albans Cathedral.
Wallingford clock, 14th century.
St Albans Cathedral

St Albans Cathedral has one of the longest naves in England
and is the oldest site of continuous Christian worship in Britain.
Verulamium Park St Albans.
The park is named after the Roman city of Verulamium on which it stands.

Thai Square Tudor Tavern, St Albans
Hanna, Rachael and Gillian enjoy a walk round
Verulamium park
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks
The oldest public house in britain is located
close to St Albans Cathedral
.
Rachael to the left
The Abbey Gateway is now home to St Albans School History and Religious Studies departments.
The Great Gateway was erected in the 1360's.
It was formerly part of the Abbey of St Albans
but now forms part of
St Albans School.
Rachael to the right
The Great Gateway, St Albans School.

Stephen Hawking and Tim Rice both attended
St Albans School.
Birds in Verulamium park
St Albans Cathedral
Birds in Verulamium park

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