Light trails from York Boat and also a bus driving over Lendal Bridge. (above)
People were watching 'Candles On The Ouse', organised by St. Leonard's Hospice in December.
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A photo of York Theatre Royal
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St George's cross with five lions, sword and mace crossed behind the shield.
(Above the entrance to Memorial Gardens)
Do you know where these clocks are all located?
York Theatre Royal (above) this photo was taken after the £6 million pound redevelopment.
Including an extended foyer, a new stage & seating, new cafe and bistro.
Also browse our what's on page.. theatres in York
A photo of York Racecourse. (July 2016)
Helter Skelter outside the Castle Museum
St Martin Church Clock, Coney Street. - stmartinsyork.org.uk
York is a city like no other, explorer its Medieval streets and discover a wealth of historic sights. York is like a living museum but is also alive with character. York has so much to keep you busy including; designer boutique shops, european markets, real ale old pubs, scenic riverside views, guided walks, bus tours, river cruises, festivals, street entertainment, theatres, restaurants and more.
The new John Lewis store at The Vangard Shopping Park.
York blooms with daffodils in the spring.
Fishergate Postern Tower, located opposite Travelodge Central.
Fossgate has a bridge half way down that crosses the River Foss