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Vintage black and white etching print circa 1893 entitled "The Choir at Westminster Abbey". The Abbey, officially titled The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, was founded in 960AD and is renowned worldwide as having one of the finest choirs of its type. The Abbey now boasts that it has resounded to the sound of music every day for over one thousand years. Print by C Klackner, based on an original etching by Henry Crickmore.
Streetscape; Truro Cathedral; cathedral completed 1910; cathedral spires; River Allen; Cornwall; red lifebelt holder; footbridge; Trees; New Bridge Street;
This view of the Cathedral was taken from the River Allen bridge in New Bridge Street. (Old Bridge Street is just east of the cathedral, not visible in this view.) The sky has bright white clouds, showing patches of blue.