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Durham Cathedral, interior, Military Chapel
Part of the South Transept set aside as a memorial chapel after the Great War. The pages of the Book of Remembrance are turned from day to day. The battle-field cross came from the Battle de Warlencourt. One of a set of Raphael Tuck souvenir postcards.
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