Salisbury Cathedral (2), Wiltshire
 
The Nave, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, Great Britain
Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire.

The graceful columns of Purbeck Stone lining the high vaulted Nave seen here from the west end. Sir Christopher Wren discovered that the spire was leaning 29.5 inches off centre and corrected it using iron tie-rods. When these rods were replaced in 1951 it was found that there had been no further movement.

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The Quire, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, Great Britain
Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire.

A view of the Quire looking through one of the main crossing arches from the North Aisle showing the Clerestory windows and the painted ceiling.

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The Quire, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, Great Britain
Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire.

The view from in the Quire looking towards the Trinity Chapel at the East End The intricately carved 13th century quire stalls are the largest and earliest complete set in Britain being made in 1236 with oak given by King Henry III.

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The East End, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, Great Britain
Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire.

The East End of the Quire looking towards the Trinity Chapel with the Audley Chapel being the second structure on the left.

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