Given that recent postings have included pictures of these views, it seemed appropriate to include some snaps of the people on tour. It at least gives a sense of the scale of the tower. Those who are really observant may notice that one of the pinnacles is wider than the others (see above, left) - this houses the very narrow staircase leading to the roof.
Saturday, 8 September 2007
As the national Heritage Open Days are taking place many buildings open their doors, allowing the public access to places normally off-limits. The Cathedral is open every day, of course, but there are some no-go areas which are open this weekend. The most obvious example is the Cathedral tower. Small groups are taken up with a guide (by appointment) to enjoy the stunning views over Lancaster and the Bay (see blog entries below).