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St Mary's is one of the smaller cathedrals but don't let that put you off going in.
It is quiet and relaxing, the highlights being the many beautiful stained glass windows and the organ above the entrance.
A visit is very much recommended.
Sadly I couldn’t get access as it’s closed for repairs, which was a shame, I would have thought that the repairs could be carried out around the visitors, one section at a time. But clearly they deemed it necessary to close the entire building, apart...More
We attended Sunday Mass here during a few days visit to the city. It is a beautiful place with an impressive beamed ceiling and wonderful acoustics. The choir at the 11.30 service gave the Solemn Mass an extra dimension; glorious singing and a lovely setting...More
I'm visiting all the cathedrals in England.
Starting up in the north and working my way south.
This is a very peaceful cathedral in the heart of a busy city.
There is a woulderful atmosphere. Beautiful windows, and an interesting history.
Many people came in...More
The cathedral can be found a short walk from the railway station. The Roman Catholic cathedral is small but has some interesting modern stained glass and interesting icons. There is also a lovely little coffee shop on site where snacks can be purchased.