21 November 17 Lincoln and the Cathedral.
Cloudy, some rain in the late afternoon.
A Mighty Blow for Freedom - Fuck the Media
a sculpture by Michael Sandle.
Outside the Usher Gallery, Temple Gardens.
'The Collection' building, an extension to the Usher Gallery.
Panter Hudspith Architects 2005.
Inside 'The Collection' building.
The Jew's House building.
Looking down the street called Steep Hill.
Looking up Steep Hill.
The Harding House gallery building (16th century), Steep Hill.
A vintage baby's pram outside an antiques shop on Steep Hill.
The Harlequin building on Steep Hill. A former public house,
then a bookshop. Late C15, altered C19, restored mid C20.
A vintage water pump on Steep Hill.
Another view down Steep Hill.
Leigh-Pemberton House, a 16th century former Tudor merchant's house.
Grade II listed. Now the Visitor Information Centre.
The Cathedral from Exchequer Gate.
The central west door of the Cathedral.
Looking down on the nave.
A view over the rooftops of Lincoln from the Cathedral roof.
A grotesque - sometimes (incorrectly) called a gargoyle.
The view from the roof.
Among the rafters on the roof walk.
A model of the Cathedral, showing the spires which it once had.
The Castle from the cathedral roof.
The cathedral nave.
Two of the Forest Stations sculptures by William Fairbanks.
Restoration work on one of the windows.
The High Altar.
The West Front of Lincoln Cathedral.