John Wastell

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John Wastell (1460 – 1515) was an English gothic architect responsible for Manchester Cathedral, parts of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, the crossing tower (Bell Harry Tower) of Canterbury Cathedral, and the fan vaulted section of Peterborough Cathedral. He also worked on Bury St Edmunds Abbey.[1]

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