Elgin Cathedral was the principal church of the bishops of Moray Dicoese, and, as an expression of the bishops' authority, was one of Scotland's most ambitious medieval buildings. It is now a ruin of great beauty, having been abandoned soon after the Reformation in the mid-sixteenth century. However, although much of the building has been lost, enough remains to be able to understand how glorioius it's architecture was when complete.
By Richard Fawcett and Richard Oram
210mm x 297mm paperback