St John's Cathedral, Brisbane

Graeme  Hyde

Ulverstone, Australia

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This is a rear view of St John’s Cathedral in Brisbane taken from Queen Street. This view will be lost when a new highrise building is constructed in Queen Street.

306 viewings on 28 August 2018

St John’s Cathedral is the Anglican cathedral of Brisbane and is the only Victorian Gothic cathedral in Australia. The cathedral was designed in the Gothic revival style by John Loughborough Pearson, one of England’s leading church architects of the late 19th century. The Brisbane cathedral movement began in earnest in 1887 as a celebration of Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee – St John’s was to be paid for by public subscription but the construction of the cathedral in one campaign was found to be financially impossible. As a result, the building has been executed in three stages over two centuries between 1906 and 2009.

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