Two additional towers, that to the north containing one of the largest bells in France, rise at the extremities of the transept.
However, it was these portions of the transept and the apse which had the least suffered.
It has a central tower rebuilt about a hundred years ago, and until that time had a transept.
There is an attractive window in this transept, the gift of Edward IV.
At five a priest entered, and began communicating people before the rails of an altar in the transept.
Only the chancel with its flanking chapels and the transept have been built.
The doors, too, are in the centre of the west front, and in the next bay but one to the transept on both sides.
Its total length is about 265 feet with a transept of about 109 feet long.
The Huguenots broke into the transept from the bishops garden—and ever since that door has been walled up in disgrace.
The dimensions of the transept are 40 feet by 34 feet, and 58 feet in height.