EPW026650 ENGLAND (1929). The Castle and the Cathedral Church of Christ and St Mary the Virgin, Durham, 1929

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Details

Title [EPW026650] The Castle and the Cathedral Church of Christ and St Mary the Virgin, Durham, 1929
Reference EPW026650
Date May-1929
Link
Place name DURHAM
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 427327, 542333
Longitude / Latitude -1.575136429083, 54.775069264449
National Grid Reference NZ273423

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User Comment Contributions

THe side of the Castle facing the river is covered with scaffolding and a chute for spoil, in connection with the massive works to underpin the historic building to prevent its slipping into the Wear. The work was partly funded by an international appeal and continued well into the Thirties.

jif
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