York - genuine Tudor houses, ancient city wall, cathedral.
Chester - 19th century Tudor style houses, ancient city wall, cathedral.


Back right - the cathedral. Centre background - one of the gates of the city wall.

Above and below: genuine Tudor houses


Above right and below - 'Gates' of the York city wall


Walking along the extensive remains of the York city wall we see the cathedral emerging in the distance

Here one of the Gates of the wall has been made into a road overpass

The massive cathedral (York Minster) dominates

The front facade of York Minster (the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St. Peter in York)

The rear facade of York Minster

Above and below - close ups of carvings on the York cathedral walls



Looking down one of the main streets of Chester we see some of the 19th century "Tudor houses"


As in York, you can have quite a long walk atop the old city wall in Chester

Canal running alongside the old city wall

There is a wonderful series of locks on the old canal in Chester

Chester Cathedral - and below: interesting stained glass windows inside



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