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Hereford Cathedral Tower

Hereford Cathedral Tower stands 140 feet (50.3m) tall and, from the top, large areas of Herefordshire and parts of Powys & Gwent can be viewed on a clear day. The grid line separating SO5039 and SO5139 passes pretty well through the middle of it. There are 218 steps to the top of the tower, and conducted tours were available on Wednesdays and Thursdays in Summer 2013.
by Keith Edkins

Created: Mon, 22 Jul 2013, Updated: Wed, 24 Jul 2013


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SO5039 : West-south-west from Hereford Cathedral by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5139 : View south-east from Hereford Cathedral tower roof by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5139 : View east from Hereford Cathedral tower by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5039 : South-west from Hereford Cathedral by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5139 : View from Hereford Cathedral Tower 7 - SE by Keith Edkins
SO5039 : View from Hereford Cathedral Tower 1 - SW by Keith Edkins
SO5039 : North-west from Hereford Cathedral tower by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5040 : View from Hereford Cathedral Tower 4 - NNW by Keith Edkins
SO5139 : View from Hereford Cathedral Tower 6 - ENE by Keith Edkins
SO5039 : Cathedral and river, Hereford by Jaggery
SO5039 : View west from Hereford Cathedral tower roof by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5139 : View from Hereford Cathedral Tower 5 - NE by Keith Edkins
SO5139 : River Wye below Hereford Cathedral by Jaggery
SO5039 : Interior of the bell tower, Hereford Cathedral by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5139 : View north-east from Hereford Cathedral tower by Brian Robert Marshall
SO4939 : View from Hereford Cathedral Tower 2 - W by Keith Edkins
SO5040 : View from Hereford Cathedral Tower 3 - NW by Keith Edkins
SO5039 : Interior, Hereford Cathedral by Brian Robert Marshall
SO5039 : River Wye, De Koffie Pot and Hereford Cathedral by Jaggery
SO5039 : Wye side of the Left Bank, Hereford by Jaggery


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