Views from the Great Tower of St. Albans Cathedral, Hertfordshire, England
These three views continue, in a clockwise direction, from the view on the previous page.
View over St. Albans, from the Great Tower, looking slightly East of North. The Medieval Clock Tower can be seen in the foreground immediately behind the tree.
The obvious road is Chequers Street which runs into St. Peter's Street and the church in the distance is St. Peter's.
View slightly South of East from St. Albans Cathedral Tower.
The obvious road on the left of centre is Albert Street and the slightly less obvious road to the right of centre is Sopwell Lane which changes to Old London Road at the top centre of the picture.
This is looking towards the railway with the station being off to the left.
View from the tower of St. Albans Cathedral looking slightly West of South across the valley of the River Ver towards St. Stephens Hill.
St. Albans Abbey Station, the second of two railway stations, is in this direction.