3. Bradford Cathedral
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Bradford Cathedral: The mighty tower (100ft, ~32m high) of Bradford Cathedral was completed in 1508, the Cathedral at the time it was the principal Bradford Parish Church.
On the right below is the Celtic Cross in St Aidan's Chapel.
Bradford Cathedral: The ancient parish church became the Cathedral Church of St Peter Bradford in 1919.
Bradford Cathedral: Looking east down the 15th century (C15th) nave to the Chancel and Choir.
Bradford Cathedral: The stained glass window in memorial to the West Yorkshire Regiment.
Bradford Cathedral: As a retired chemistry teacher, it was refreshing to see a memorial to Professors Robert Lowry Turner and George White Watson who pioneers in the use of chemotherapy in the treatment of cancer.
Bradford Cathedral: In the small, plain and dignified St Aidan's Chapel is the Celtic cross carved by Chris Shawcross which depicts people of all times and places in their pilgrimage towards God.
Bradford Cathedral: Veni Creator Spiritus. The altar of The Chapel of the Holy Spirit.
Bradford Cathedral: Looking west down through the choir stall to the nave.
Bradford Cathedral: Looking west down the North Aisle.
Bradford Cathedral: The high small clerestory windows in the nave.
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