In the BUILDINGS OF ENGLAND series a title which explores architectural attractions in County Durham, such as Durham Cathedral, Durham Castle and the remains of the fortified manor houses at Dalton-le-Dale, Bradley Hall and Ludworth.
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FOREWORD TO THE FIRST EDITION
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aisle altar angle apse arcade architect architecture ashlar balusters Bishop Auckland block Br1dge Brancepeth building built buttresses capitals carved Castle central centre chancel chancel arch chapel choir church classical clerestory columns corbels corner Cosin's cottages County Durham cross Darlington decoration demolished door doorcase doorway Doric Durham Cathedral early 08 early c19 entrance facade fireplace five bays frieze front Frosterley gable gallery garden Gateshead Gothic Green Hall Hartlepool Haughton-le-Skerne hoodmoulds Ignatius Bonomi inside lancet windows lancets late later medieval Monkwearmouth moulded mullioned windows nave Norman octagonal original panels parapet Park pediment Perp piers pilasters plain porch probably quoins rebuilt red brick Road Roman roof round rusticated sashes screen Sedgefield shafts side South Shields square sta1ned glass stair staircase stone storeys Street style Sunderland tall terrace three-bay three-storey tower town tracery transept Tuscan two-storey vault village wall wing