The City of Salisbury is dominated by the cathedral spire - so too are some of these photographs...

The City of Salisbury, England

The City of Salisbury, England

Salisbury Cathedral Spire

Salisbury Cathedral Spire

At the time these photographs were taken (March 1997) the west face of the cathedral was surrounded with scaffolding due to restoration work. This limited the photographic possibilities to the shots featured here. The building of this medieval cathedral started in 1220, and it was completed, apart from the spire, in 1258. The spire, which was added later, is the tallest in England and rises more than 122 metres above the surrounding countryside.


Salisbury Cathedral seen from the Elizabeth Gardens

Salisbury Cathedral seen from the Elizabeth Gardens


The Old Mill on the River Nadder, just to the west of Salisbury

The Old Mill on the River Nadder, just to the west of Salisbury


This rural scene is, in fact, sandwiched between two road bridges

This rural scene is, in fact, sandwiched between two road bridges


The Bishop's Mill, off Fisherton Street, Salisbury

The Bishop's Mill, off Fisherton Street, Salisbury


Ducks swimming on an offshoot of the River Nadder

Ducks swimming on an offshoot of the River Nadder

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