Photo thanks to John Cheal.
Carlisle Cathedral has stood on the border with Scotland for almost 900 years. It was founded as an Augustinian priory and became a cathedral in 1133.
The Cathedral has become the home of several Tommies, who stand in the Regimental Chapel. Visitors can light a candle in the adjacent prayer corner in memory of the lives lost. A WWI exhibition will also be running in the chapel until 8th July.