Canterbury Cathedral: the nave roof, the south-west and north-west towers

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RIBApix ref no RIBA48542
Architect/DesignerMapilton, Thomas (fl. 1408-d. 1438)
Yevele, Henry (d. 1400)
Artist/PhotographerGalwey, Reginald Hugo de Burgh (1917-1971)
CountryUK: England
Subject Date1434
Image Date1947
Library ReferenceAP498/198
Colour / B&W Black and white
Credit Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections
Notes NOTES: The nave was rebuilt in Perpendicular in 1377-1405 to designs by Henry Yevele, the King's master mason. The south-west tower was rebuilt by Thomas Mapilton between 1424 and 1434. The original Romanesque north-west tower remained until 1832 when it was demolished and replaced by a matching replica of Mapilton's tower.

Subject tags

towers, roofs, cathedrals, buttresses