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HistoryandHeritageYorkshire Dec 1
The Old Ouse Bridge, , William Marlow (1740-1830) The bridge was in use by 1566, and .'had five arches, with the central one 81 feet wide and more than 17 feet high.' It supported St William's Chapel and other buldings. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust
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Pʜɪʟ Pɪɴᴅᴇʀ Dec 4
Nearly ready Wonderful Hot Chocolate 🍫
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Tom Bird Dec 2
We’re open. Just in awe of the unbelievable staff, every single one, who got us this far by going above and beyond, again and again. Here’s our very new (very old) entrance.
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yorkearlymusic 9h
Yes!! And you’ll feel even more Christmassy when you get to !
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Chris Thompson 3h
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Daisy Nov 26
York. One of my most favourite cities in the country! Visited in September last year, truly beautiful and made some lovely memories.
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Clownwizard33 Nov 29
Some photo's from the beautiful city of York this evening.
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HistoryandHeritageYorkshire Dec 3
The Quire Screen in Minster contains the carved figures of fifteen English kings. Construction began in the reign of Henry V, who died before its completion. Shown below are Kings William II, Henry I, Stephen, Henry II and Richard I
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Peter F Williams Nov 28
The 1861 Lendal Bridge spanning the River Ouse in the medieval old town area of
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James Dillon Dec 2
A little of here in . A lovely place to spend a summers day with a blanket and book 😍 made with and now getting touched up in
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📻 Claire Pulpher Nov 28
My mum took this incredible picture of the iconic and I feel like I’ve stepped into a festive Dickensian fairytale 🎄
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Will Smith 5h
Festive greetings from ! First mulled wine of the season 🎄🎅
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SD Photography Nov 30
When you hear a rumble of thunder sitting in the messroom at York you know a Class 68 has just left . Here's 68020 at waiting time before roaring off to Liverpool
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Paul Wood Nov 30
Another Monday on the 19 & 19M, but got JSA this week, a long time since I’ve driven this one, but it’s lovely and warm so all is good!
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Paul Wood Nov 29
It’s a foggy day in but I’m warm and dry driving OWA on our 30 service from to . 3 more round trips to do today!
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Txiki Stu 🛫🍺🍷 Nov 30
When you’re the same age as the clock in the foreground, yet feel as old as the Minster in the background.
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Lucy Phipps Nov 26
Looks like it will be a quiet Christmas in this year, good job the lights still have festive sparkle 🎄 ✨
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Ben Fuller Nov 29
Carols is my favourite service of the year. Thanks to all for today’s, wonderful via You Tube ➖Strange not to be there in 🕯 light with 2,500 people belting out Hills of the North etc ➕nice not to have to Q with them for an hour for a seat!
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Julie Rose Nov 26
New opportunity! Internal Sales, up to circa £30K + bonuses - .
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Amber Graver Nov 27
This week has been a stinker of a week. Busy! Hectic! 🤯 But it's Friday and I can breathe...I think!! Have great weekends everyone and stay safe. 🌤 Taken on my walk this evening in York.
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