The Cathedral Nave

The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas is the seat of the
Bishop of Newcastle and is the mother church of the
Diocese of Newcastle, the most northerly diocese of
the Anglican Church in England.  Founded in 1091
during the same period as the nearby castle, the Norman
church was destroyed by fire in 1216 and the current
building was completed in 1350, so is mostly of the
Perpendicular style of the 14th century.  Its tower
is noted for its 15th-century lantern spire.  Heavily
restored in 1777, the building was raised to cathedral
status in 1882, when it became known as the
Cathedral Church of St Nicholas.

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Newcastle Cathedral
Newcastle Cathedral (Wikipedia)