England's Cathedrals by Train: Discover How the Normans and Victorians Helped to Shape Our Lives

England's Cathedrals by Train: Discover How the Normans and Victorians Helped to Shape Our Lives

by Murray Naylor

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781783030286
Publisher: Pen & Sword Books Limited
Publication date: 01/19/2014
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 7.10(w) x 9.70(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

A former professional soldier, Murray Naylor has long been fascinated by railways, including how they originated and how they have today been developed into a vital communication service. In recent years he has cultivated a similar interest in some of Britain’s medieval churches, in particular our great Anglican cathedrals and works as a volunteer guide at York Minster. He lives in North Yorkshire and has travelled widely to fulfil these two interests.

Table of Contents

Foreword viii

List of Illustrations x

Author's Note xvi

Preface xvii

The Journey 1

South East 3

Chapter 1 Canterbury and Rochester 5

Chapter 2 Guildford and Portsmouth 16

Chapter 3 Chichester 26

Chapter 4 Oxford and Winchester 35

Chapter 5 Salisbury 43

South West 51

Chapter 6 Exeter and Truro 52

Chapter 7 Wells 67

Chapter 8 Gloucester and Bristol 75

Midlands 89

Chapter 9 Hereford and Worcester 91

Chapter 10 Lichfield and Coventry 102

North West 117

Chapter 11 Manchester and Chester 119

Chapter 12 Liverpool 130

North 139

Chapter 13 York 140

Chapter 14 Carlisle 150

Chapter 15 Newcastle and Durham 158

Chapter 16 Ripon 170

East Anglia 177

Chapter 17 Lincoln and Peterborough 178

Chapter 18 Southwell 191

Chapter 19 Ely, Norwich and St Edmundsbury 198

Chapter 20 St Albans and Chelmsford 214

A Grand Tour 227

Cathedral Builders John Ormond 234

Epilogue 235

Glossary of Cathedral Terms 236

Bibliography 238

Acknowledgements 239

Index 240

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