Ely Chapel, Holborn

 


The photos are of Ely Chapel, St Etheldreda’s Church, a 13th century church once the London chapel of the Bishops of Ely, Cambridgeshire. It is the only surviving London building from the reign of Edward I (1239-1307). ¬†Although a Roman Catholic church again since 1874, in 1836-7, it was an Anglican Church, in the care of¬†Alexander d’Arblay. After its purchase in 1874, the church and crypt were restored by noted architect George Gilbert Scott.

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