England’s York in Pictures

York is such a pleasure to visit. This wonderful mix of Tudor buildings, inside a citadel, with a rail museum, a museum dedicated to Richard the Third, it’s wonderful York Minster and other smaller churches. Please enjoy this selection of photos of this city in England’s north, it truly is remarkable!

City Gate

Another city gate

Inside the National Rail Museum
Inside the small but interesting Holy Trinty Church
More classic Tudor architecture

Ouse River and buildings
Stained Glass in the York Minster
Stained glass windows in York Minster
Statue inside York Minster

Sun over the Ouse River
The Marvellous Mallard in the National Train Museum
Watching over the Minster
Walking the city Walls
Walking the city walls toward the Minster
Typical Tudor building

York on a glorious sunny day
York Minster
Tudor Splendor

York houses from the city wall
Wonderful red brickwork in York
The National Rail Museum

Thanks for popping by again! Comments always appreciated! May the Journey Never End!

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