Beaufort's Tower, Refectory And Master's Residence, St. Cross
Photographer: Savage, William
Medium: Photographic print
"Over the arch is seen a square-headed and transformed two-light window, belonging to the muniment room; and above this a single vacant niche, which is said to have contained a statue of the Virgin...The Refectory adjoins the tower on the west side. Externally it is distinguished, from the domestic buildings beyond it, by its bold porch and flight of steps, and by its three perpendicular transomed windows, with intervening buttresses..."
Text from 'Memorials of the Hospital of St. Cross and Alms House of Noble Poverty'.