Lanercost Priory Church


Although a large part of the priory is a ruin, the church part was restored about 200 years ago and is still in use. Some lovely details in it.

Mediaeval pew carving, an original from 1300's.

Mediaeval pew carving, an original from 1300’s.

 

Pew end 200 yrs old.

Pew end 200 yrs old.

Choir and organ

Choir and organ

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Altar with background cloth by William Morris

Altar with background cloth by William Morris

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Morris & co Stained glass window.

Morris & co Stained glass window.

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5 comments

  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    GOD’S GLORY IN STONE, GLASS AND METTAL AND WOOD!

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  2. Interesting place and great shots. Particularly like the capture of the stained-glass window in the final shot.

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