When I wrote my report on the LMS AGM I didn't have all my photos processed, so here are some more.
St George's Cathedral in Southwark is a very impressive building. It was designed by A.W. Pugin and opened in 1848; it became a cathedral in 1850, when the Catholic Hierarchy was re-established.
It was gutted by a bomb in the Second World War so what you see today is largely reconstructed.
There are some very fine side chapels.
For the full set of photos see here.