Southwark Cathedral

Southwark Cathedral

Situated on the South Bank next to London Bridge, Southwark Cathedral is the only 12 in Greater London south of the River Thames.

In January 1869 Charles Dickens visited a College Youths pratice here and documented it in his colum in The Times.

The weights of the bells

Bell Weight Note Dated Founder
17-0-24F1735Samuel Knight
2 7-1-25Eb1735Samuel Knight
37-2-2D1735Samuel Knight
48-3-17C1735Samuel Knight
59-2-17Bb1735Samuel Knight
610-3-13A1735Samuel Knight
710-3-5G1931Mears & Stainbank
815-1-22F1735Samuel Knight
917-2-23Eb1735Samuel Knight
1022-3-9D1844Charles & George Mears
1120-2-9C1820Thomas II Mears
1248-0-9Bb1911Mears & Stainbank
2#7-2-19E2005Hayward Mills Associates

 

Where is Southwark Cathedral?

How to get here?

A map is at the bottom of the page 

Address:

Southwark Cathedral,
London Bridge,
London,
SE1 9DA

Closest tube stations:

  • Monument
  • London Bridge