The photo below
is of the northern side of the stalls (left as one faces east),
showing the position of the carved spandrels. For reference I have
numbered the spandrels starting from the eastern end, with odd numbers
on the left (north) and even numbers on the right (south) as one
faces east. This may seem an odd way of doing things but it matches
the standard French method of numbering window bays, on which I
am trying to standardise wherever possible.
In the list below, click on the caption to view the detail in this
window, or click on the thumbnail image to open the detail photo
in a new window. Numbering begins at the east end with odd numbers
to the north and evens to the south. Note that the links are to
800 pixel high jpeg files; you may need to maximise browser windows
or click the image to see it full size.