The transept arches under the central tower are slightly pointed, as opposed to the semicircular arches along the nave. Worley suggests that they may have been altered during the 15th century, based on the fact that they rise nearly vertically from their corbels and then bend inward (as opposed to the smoother curves seen in "traditional" Early English arches). This picture is taken from the crossing, looking into the north transept.

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