- Highlights of these volumes are the windows of the choir clerestory, and the tracery lights of various chapels and of the chapter house.
- Just one of his guiding principles, that nothing should be built higher than the clerestory of the Minster, has insured that it remains a resolutely low-rise city.
- Light pours down at the ceremonial end from an unseen clerestory set into the roof where it steps up to offer nobility.
- The last major alteration was made soon afterwards when a clerestory was built above the nave arcades.
- Standing above the river Trent is St Wystan's Church, much of which is of the mid-C14 and C15 including the tower and spire, clerestory, and roof.