St Augustines stained glass window Post author:fitravel Post published:23/11/2017 Post category:Uncategorized Reading time:1 mins read St Augustine’s Cathedral has some stunning and striking stained glass windows. Dating back to September 1875, the windows are part of the original design and are from F. Barnett of Leith. Tags: churches, places of worship, stained glass windows Read more articles Previous PostAn Afrikaans inscription in a Catholic Cathedral Next PostLooking along Kings Beach from the harbour You Might Also Like Holiday fun 20/01/2009 Time is Tight 29/11/2007 Domkrag Waterhole 01/02/2010 This Post Has 2 Comments William Kendall 23/11/2017 Exquisite detail! fr paul harrison 30/11/2017 Here in Workington, we have a lot of stain glass windows by Barnett of Leith, in Our Lady& St Michael's Church. Comments are closed.