SE1633 :: Datestone on Bradford Cathedral
Taken 2 years ago by Stephen Craven near Bradford/SE1632, Bradford, England
Datestone on Bradford Cathedral
The stone records the building of the extended chancel in 1961 's refurbishment in 2008 and its opening by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The parish church of St Peter, Bradford has 14th century origins. Like many parish churches it was extensively restored and altered in the 19th century. It became a cathedral (of the Anglican diocese of the same name) in 1919. A new east end was built in 1963. Since 2014 it is now one of three cathedrals of the Diocese of Leeds. Listed grade 1 (list entry number 1133250). Link IMPORTANT NOTE FOR REUSE - photography in the Cathedral is not supposed to be used for commercial purposes without permission. I have therefore only submitted these photos at 640px size and will not release a larger image unless convinced that the reuse will respect that restriction.
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|Subject Grid Square||SE1633|
|Subject Lat/Long||53.795471,-1.747353 (click to view more nearby images)|
|Near||Bradford/SE1632, Bradford, England|
|Taken||20190615 201906 2019 (about 2 years ago)|
|Snippet||Bradford Cathedral ·|
|Context||Religious sites ·|
|Tag||Datestone · date:1961 ·|
|Group||Bradford Cathedral ·|
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