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GoNOMAD Photo Gallery: York, England

By Max Hartshorne

Jorvik Centre's animatronic Vikings enjoy lunch.
Jorvik Centre's animatronic Vikings enjoy lunch.
Roman burial crypts, near the wall in York, England.

The York Minster, or cathedral
York Minster
Mark Graham, ghost tale teller
Mark Graham, Ghost tale teller.


Yorkshire Tea at Betty's Tea Room, York.
Tea and crumpets at Betty's Tea Room, York.
Collins Tower, York

Collins Tower.
College Cloister, York
St. Williams College, downtown York.

The River Ouse. You can take a boat tour up and down this scenic river in York, England.
The River Ouse.


Read Max Hartshorne's story about York on Go NOMAD

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