Special Collections Material
From Britton's History
and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury (1814)
"Plate X. displays the forms, proportions, and architectural features of the southern end of the great transept, which is almost a fac simile of the opposite extremity: in elevation it consists of four portions of various windows, the uppermost of which is in the gable between the vaulted and leaden roof."
|Salisbury Cathedral Church, Elevation & Section of the end
of the South Transept
(Plate X: Drawn by Cattermole; Engraved by J. Le Keux)
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