Yorkshire Photos

Views from all over East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and York

The Merchant Adventurers Hall271 viewsOutside view of the side of the hall.
Micklegate Bar275 viewsMicklegate Bar was the southern entrance to the old walled city.
Monk Bar270 viewsMonk Bar is the largest of the entrances to old York and was a self-contained fortress. with each floor capable of being defended. The portcullis, in use until 1970, is still complete. The building is now a museum.
Monk Bar Statue268 viewsAn unpleasant guardian of Monk Bar greets you as you approach along the city walls.
The Multangular Tower267 viewsNear the ruins of St Mary's Abbey. The base is Roman, the rest is a later repair. Ten-sided, but one side missing to connect to the wall.
Map of Roman Empire273 viewsOn the museum floor.
Inscribed Stone272 viewsIn the Abbey Museum - stone of Roman origin. "Claudius Hieronymianus, Legate or Lieutenant of the Sixth Legion Victorious, had erected from the foundations a temple to the Holy God Serapis"
St Mary's Abbey270 viewsThe ruins of St Mary's Abbey, now the site of a museum.
St Wilfred's Church278 viewsEntrance to St Wilfred's, the Catholic church near the Minster.
From the Minster Tower288 viewsLooking down from the walkway between the two halves of the steps up the Minster Central Tower.
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