8 postcards from York's past From York Press YORK is one of Europe's most historic and picturesque cities.
So it isn't surprising that, down the years, it has proved a popular subject for picture postcards. Tens of thousands have been published at one time or another celebrating the history and heritage of the city, says local historian Paul Chrystal. Paul, an inveterate collector, includes something like 200 of them in his latest book York: The Postcard Collection. OK, so in the scheme of ray ban new wayfarer things, 200 postcards isn't many, as Paul acknowledges in the introduction to his book. But it is enough, he says, to give a good outline of the modern ray ban com store history of the city. Built in 1841 on Tanner Row ray ban signet ie inside the city walls this was actually the city's second railway station. The first was a temporary wooden building on Queen Street (outside the city walls) that was opened in 1839 by the York North Midland Railway, Paul writes. The second station was (the one seen in the postcard) was built by Robert Stephenson on land owned by Lady Hewley's charity almshouses. it was itself replaced in 1877 by a new station outside the city walls the one we use today. York: The Postcard Collection by Paul Chrystal is published by Amberley, priced 14.
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