Archive for March, 2013

March 8, 2013, No comments

A street full of discoveries, Stonegate runs above the main Roman road the Via Praetoria, now several feet below the busy shopping street. The Roman road led from the Basilica, […]


March 8, 2013, No comments

Coppergate, an almost hidden find, leads off from a small opening in Nessgate to where York’s modern and popular shopping complex, with high-street ...

Mansion House, St Helen’s Square

March 7, 2013, No comments

The Mansion House, in St Helen’s Square, York, is an architectural masterpiece housing an extensive collection of civic regalia and artefacts. I ...

Ye Olde Starre Inne

March 5, 2013, No comments

Ye Olde Starre Inne, one of York’s most historic pubs, is a Grade II listed building said to date back to 1644, the year of the siege of York by [&h ...

  • Coney Street
    March 5, 2013, No comments

    Coney Street, is recognised by its large landmark clock that protrudes above the shoppers below. One of York’s main shopping thoroughfares it is as popular today as it ever was. […]

  • St Martin-le-Grand, Coney Street
    March 5, 2013, No comments

    The church of St Martin-le-Grand is situated on the south side of Coney Street; it is known simply as St Martin, Coney Street. The church is named after the patron […]