|Stain glass windows in York Minster.|
It's the largest minster in the UK I believe, and was built on the site of the original, smaller, Norman Cathedral, which was built on the site of a Roman fort.
I have seen many stabs at the date of its building, but lets say between 12th and 14th centuries. It's not to be missed!
|Typical Tudor redesign of a Medival building. Note the 'overhang'|
|The Minster from a distance, taken from the city walls.|
|Not the Mallard, but a similar train that could touch 11mph.|