For this series of images I went to the top of the old Cathedral tower to get a view of the city from above. The tower is 295 feet high (third tallest in the UK behind Salisbury and Norwich) and on a clear day you can see quite a distance, in fact I can actually see my house from it and I live on the outskirts of the city.

In this image you can see a mix of historic and modern Coventry. The old post office top left, the transport museum and millennium arches.

This image shows a street just below the Cathedral’s tower and at the back of Broadgate.

In the following image you can see one of the three spires other two being Saint Michael’s of the Old Cathedral (the one where I am taking this from) and Holy Trinity Church. 

And finally a view the city’s rail station with a London Midland Class 360 departing towards Birmingham.

And that concludes the first month “Where I Live” of my twelve photo projects this year. You can find previous parts here: Part IPart II.

Keep checking back for February’s project!