St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral

Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, St Paul's Cathedral was completed in 1720.

The north-west tower contains the current peal of 12 bells which were cast by Taylor of Loughborough with a tenor weighing
61-2-12cwt.

The weights of the bells

Bell Weight Note Dated Founder
18-1-4F1878John Taylor & Co
2 9-0-20Eb1878John Taylor & Co
39-3-12D1878John Taylor & Co
411-2-22C1878John Taylor & Co
513-1-0Bb1878John Taylor & Co
613-2-14A1878John Taylor & Co
716-1-18G1878John Taylor & Co
821-3-18F1878John Taylor & Co
927-1-22Eb1878John Taylor & Co
1029-3-21D1878John Taylor & Co
1143-2-0C1878John Taylor & Co
1261-2-12Bb1878John Taylor & Co

 

Where is St Paul's Cathedral?

How to get here?

A map is at the bottom of the page 

Address:

St Paul's Cathedral,
St Paul's Churchyard,
London,
EC4M 8AD

Closest tube stations:

  • St Paul's