The City of York England
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City of York Photo Galleries

City of York Photo Galleries. We take a look at the City of York through the eyes of a camera lens, discovering York Minster, Clifford's Tower, Roman York, Museum Gardens, York's Historic Buildings, York's Rivers, York city walls and The Shambles. Select one of the photo galleries below by using either the button or the image. Explore York with stunning photography!

York Minster

One of the most predominant structures in the City of York is the towering York Minster Cathedral that dominates the cityscape. We take a walk around the eternal views of the Minster and capture it in full colour.

Cliffords Tower

York originally had two castles that were situated almost side by side with the River Ouse flowing between at the time of William the Conqueror.  Clifford's Tower still remains that is open to the public.

York City Walls

Another predominant structure, or series of structures, is that of York's City Walls with its bar's and towers as well as its magnesian limestone walls.

York's Historic Buildings

Besides the Minster, Castle and medieval gateways, York consists of layer upon layers of history featured in its architecture. This gallery explores these fascinating structures. 

The Shambles

Although not one of York's oldest streets, it is perhaps the most photographed and well-known streets in the City of York.  The Shambles was once a street of butchers that retailed freshly slaughtered meat and sold on window-ledges.

York's Rivers

York resides on the confluence of two Yorkshire rivers, the River Ouse and the River Foss. This gallery captures these rivers as well as their structures in the City of York.

Museum Gardens

We take a lensed look at all the fascinating structures situated in the idyllic Museum Gardens.

Roman York

We discover Roman York behind the lens of a camera including Constantine the Great, Roman Column, Roman Roads and plaques around the city.