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Yorkshire Photographic Memories

Yorkshire Photographic Memories

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Caption for York, Goodramgate 1892: The Victorians loved York, and before the railway came, travellers could get here either by stage or mail-coach; there was also a steamboat service to and from London. The opening to the left of Todds leads to College Street and St William's College. The shops to the left were demolished in 1902-3 to make way for Deangate.

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Memories of York

My dad Les Witty was born in York. After he came out of the Army we settled in York, firstly we had a house in Hanover Street, then moved to Chudleigh Road where my grandad had a house just 2 doors away from us. I spent a lot of time with Gramps, he was my best mate. I would help in the garden, and ate most of the things he had grown (...Read full memory)

Do you remember eddy and jess Creaser landlord in the 60s

my grandparents and great grandparents married in this church and lived in the Stonebow and Pavement area.My great-grandfather and his father sold humbugs in the Shambles market:

This photo reminds me of two wonderful years I spent at York Technical College in Clifford St. I always found the tower fascinating, but never learned its history until many years later. I love York, even though I live half a world away now, I always visit the city when in England.

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