Peterborough Cathedral

CambridgeshirePETERBOROUGHPeterboroughCathedral(church)1

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St Kyneburgha

In Roman times Castor was part of a large complex centred around Durobrivae, a little to the southwest at Water Newton. Pottery was one of the main industries, and Castor Ware is a well known Roman product.

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St Mary with St Guthlac & St Bartholomew (Crowland Abbey)

A giant splinter of masonry clings to the side of the church here. Apart from the north aisle, which has been the parish church since the 15th century, it is all that remains of the great abbey church and its buildings that once stood on this site.

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St John the Baptist

The name Barnack is synonymous with a particularly fine building stone. and it was used in hundreds of buildings in this area and much further afield, transported by boat on the Welland, Nene and other rivers.

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