Yorkshire Photos

Views from all over East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and York


Most viewed - York
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All Saints, North Street293 viewsDimly lit when not in use, bright sunshine through the windows of this church can give strange effects.
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The Ouse Encroaching the Houses290 viewsNearly every year, the Ouse bursts its banks and water enters the nearby buildings. Here it is almost there.
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The Foss288 viewsA very picturesque tributary of the Ouse.
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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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Constantine's Statue286 viewsConstantine came to Britain with his father, the emperor Constantius, in 305. Constantius died the following year in York and Constantine was declared emperor.
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The Entrance to the Merchant Adventurers Hall286 viewsThe coat of arms and motto of the guild.
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Inside the Merchant Adventurers Hall285 viewsThe meeting place of an ancient merchants' guild. The roof timbers show fine craftsmanship.
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The Little Admiral283 viewsA clock on the side of St Martins Church, Coney Street.
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Café in Spurrier Gate281 viewsDoes an excellent steak and mushroom pie, but gets full at weekends. Once a church, it has seen a tasteful conversion and it has not changed the original structure much.
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Clifford's Tower280 viewsOnce part of the castle, the tower was the scene of a massacre of the local Jewish population in 1190. The rest of the castle became a prison and then a museum. The tower fell into disrepair after an explosion in 1684.
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St Wilfred's Church278 viewsEntrance to St Wilfred's, the Catholic church near the Minster.
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View from Clifford's Tower277 viewsA bit misty that day but you can still see the Minster in the distance and the lantern tower of All Saints, Pavement is clearly visible.
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