Worcester Cathedral

Worcester Cathedral
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Worcester Cathedral is an Anglican Cathedral in Worcester, near a bank overlooking the River Severn. It is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Worcester.

It’s official name is The Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Mary the Virgin of Worcester. It was built between 1084 and 1504. Worcester Cathedral has every style from the Norman style to the Perpendicular Gothic style.

Between 1999 and 2007 the western side of the cathedral appeared on the £20 note issued by the Bank of England along with a portrait of Sir Edward Elgar.

Worcester Foregate Street Station – Worcester Baptist Church

Worcester Foregate Street Station – Worcester Baptist Church
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This is Worcester Foregate Street Station on Foregate Street in Worcester.

It is near an Odeon cinema, a Gala Casino and the Museum & Art Gallery.

From the platforms.

Views from the platform. I didn’t go around those areas.

A couple of churches.

On the left is Armstrongs Tailors & Cutfitters.

On the right is Worcester Baptist Church. Grade II listed.

Baptist Church. Dated 1863; with later additions and alterations.
Built by Pritchett and Son of Darlington. Coursed sandstone with
sandstone ashlar quoins and architraves, ashlar spire, slate
roof.

The spire at the back is probably of the Church of St Mary Magdelene, Worcester.

Church, made redundant 1978, now converted for residential use.
1876-77 by Frederick W. Preedy. Builders Messrs Collins and
Cullis of Tewkesbury. Tower and spire added in 1889; architect Mr
J S Alder of London; builder Mr A Estcourt of Gloucester. Squared
sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings of Bath stone; plain clay
tile roof. Bellcote to E-end of main ridge. Spire is ashlar with
five contrasting colour bands. Middle Pointed style.