Lichfield Cathedral – Photo by Rob Laynton

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Starting in 1085 and continuing through the twelfth century the original wooden Saxon church in Lichfield was replaced by a Norman cathedral made from stone, and this was in turn replaced by the present Gothic cathedral that was begun in 1195. It was completed by the building of the Lady Chapel in the 1330s.

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About Robert Laynton

Robert Laynton likes photography, walking, jazz, reading American Crime Fiction from the 40's, 50's and 60's and vintage comics. He enjoys watching classic films, especially film noir. He lives in England.
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