New user? Register here:
Email Address:
Password:
Retype Password:
First Name:
Last Name:
Existing user? Login here:
 
 
UK >

Author takes the train

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 10 Jan 2014 @ 12:22

A FORMER senior Army commander, who now assists as a guide at York Minster, has spent four years researching trips from London, by train, to 33 Anglican cathedrals in England.

Major-General Murray Naylor, who is now retired, has devised excursions to each of the cathedrals, including a trip that takes in 14 of them, which can be completed in little more than a week. The results have been published in a book, England's Cathedrals by Train.

"I have had an enormous ...

If you have a valid subscription to Church Times, please log in to view this content. If you require a subscription, please click here.
Job of the week

Rector

Yorkshire and Lincs

Diocese of Lincoln Rector Branston with Nocton and Potterhanworth An exciting opportunity exists for a priest in this growing and developing benefice. We are seeking someone who: is an...  Read More

Signup for job alerts
Top feature

Saved from the streets

Saved from the streets

The rescue of a prostitute and brothel-keeper was typical of the early work of the Salvation Army, 150 years old this year  Read More

Question of the week
Is the Roman Catholic hierarchy in Ireland a spent force?

To prevent multiple voting, we now ask readers to be logged in. This is free, quick and easy, honestly. Click here to login or register

Top comment

The UK must recognise Palestine as a state

Britain urgently needs to act for peace in the Holy Land by recognising Palestine alongside Israel, argues Vincent Fean  Read More

Fri 29 May 15 @ 21:00
Traffickers target destitute children after Nepal quake http://t.co/yDjCaHdh3v http://t.co/Wfa2sBRBhB

Fri 29 May 15 @ 20:49
Saved from the streets - Cathy Le Feuvre tells the story of how the @salvationarmy began http://t.co/6Y6QxGGr6j http://t.co/o2mSfFLA7h