Friday, 1 July 2016

The York Glaziers Trust use this old building the Bedern Chapel, formerly used by the Vicars Choral of York Minster.

The magnificent door into the chapel really does lean at a slight angle away from the vertical. The trust has just completed a lengthy task with stonemasons who together have restored the ancient rose window of York Minster. The East end of the Minster is now free of scaffolding and makes a fantastic view of the Minster. The observant amongst you will have noticed in the photo of the Chapel that the lower half of the Windows have been filled with concrete. I find this rather suprising as the work of the Glaziers is concerned with glass.

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