Monday, June 09, 2014

Views Around the City of York, North Yorkshire, England - 8th June, 2014 This film features views around the historic city of York on a very sunny Spring Sunday in June 2014, when the city was extremely busy with tourists. The film was made on a walk from York Railway Station around the City Centre and walls. Identified features and locations within the video are as follows: Station Rise, Station Avenue, Railway Workers War Memorial, Station Road, Scarborough Bridge, River Ouse, Museum Street, Lodge House, Museum Gardens, Multangular Tower, Owl Adventures, Yorkshire Museum, St. Mary's Abbey ruins, Gatehouse, St. Olave's Church, Marygate, St. Mary's Tower, Bootham, Exhibition Square, King's Manor (University of York), St. Leonard's Place, High Petergate, St. Michael le Belfry, York Minster, Roman Emperor Constantine statue, Stonegate, St. Helen's Square, Mansion House, St. Helen's Church, Coney Street, St. Martin's Church, Spurriergate, Low Ousegate, Ouse Bridge, King's Staith, Skeldergate Bridge, Clifford's Tower, York Castle Museum, River Foss, Fishergate, St. George's Roman Catholic Church, George Street, York Barbican, Paragon Street, Walmgate, Fossgate, The old Scala Cinema building, Pavement, Shambles, Church of All Saints Pavement, St. Sampson's Square, Parliament Street, Jubbergate and Newgate Market. This is a lovely city, with a rich cultural history, and well worth a visit if you are in England.

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