Quarries called to the cathedral

Cathedrals are unique buildings with special needs when it comes to stone renovation. Sue Penaluna looks at how one council put its faith in planning to safeguard a world-famous house of worship in Exeter

The entrance to Dunscombe quarry with masons' marks on the stone (credit: Sue Penaluna)
The entrance to Dunscombe quarry with masons' marks on the stone (credit: Sue Penaluna)

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