This was taken in June when Tiff and I visited Winchester and St Cross.
This gate is one of the entrances to the Cathedral Close and dates from 15th century. The brick and timber-framed building you can see is part of Church House, built in the 17th Century and now used as Diocesan offices.
Behind the wall to the right, and out of view, is Cheyney Court - apparently the most photographed building in Winchester.
I've seen this gate incorrectly referred to as both St Swithin's Gate and King's Gate - which is actually behind and to the right of where this picture was taken from.
More information about the gate is - here - .
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