All Saints Cathedral
This large cathedral stands at the western end of MG Marg near the main train station. It was designed by Sir William Emerson (who also built and designed the Victoria Memorial in Calcutta) and the foundation stone was laid on the 10th April 1871 by Lady Elizabeth Muir. The cathedral is built in 13th century Gothic style and was consecrated in 1887 but it took another 40 years for it to be completed. Its nave is about 40 feet wide and 130 feet long. Narrow aisles were made in the building thus giving a total internal width of about 56 feet. There are two Transepts on the North and South respectively, a Chancel with an Ambulatory, a central tower at the intersection of the Nave and Transepts and a West Porch. They original plans and pictures show the cathedral as having two western towers but these never materialised. I had to be asked to be let through the gate when I visited and a gardener came along and let me in.