George Hudson, who was Mayor and also a Member of Parliament in the 1830s and 1840s, was mainly responsible for the ... More
York Railway Station
George Hudson, who was Mayor and also a Member of Parliament in the 1830s and 1840s, was mainly responsible for the development of the railway in York but it was Thomas Prosser who designed the current station and when it first opened on 25 June 1877, York Station was the center of Britain's rail network and was, at that time, the largest station in the whole of Europe. It has a curved roof, which is 800 feet long and is supported by slender Corinthian columns.
After a wonderful day spent in your city ,we arrived back at the statin only to find our train was delayed.A very nice lady took on our worries and checked on the follow on connection from DONCASTER to our home destination.She ensured the train would wait for us ,ifeel this was a genuine kindness not just part of her job.Once again thankyou i am sure the lady concerned knows who she is.
King's Manor occupies a quiet corner of Exhibition Square and is situated right next to the York City Art Gallery
and only a stone's throw from the Minster . This historic site dates from medieval times when it was ...
Situated north of York, Castle Howard is the perfect example of an English stately home set in a thousand acres
of sweeping parkland. It is the ancestral home of the Howards and has been so for the last 300 ...
Ace York is now a 4 Star HostelAce York is a city centre boutique hostel, conveniently located near York railway
Station, bus station and situated in Micklegate, one of the oldest parts of York.This grand Georgian 1752 townhouse has ...