Lanercost Priory in Cumbria dates from the thirteenth century and was founded by the Augustinians. Edward I wintered here in 1306/07 and it was later attacked by Robert the Bruce. The Priory is now in ruins, apart from the Nave of the Church that is used as the parish church. The ruins are in the care of English Heritage.
The Priory from the Southeast.
Masons marks in the Undercroft
The Church from the West
The Interior of the Church
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