Yorkshire: York and the East Riding
This volume sheds light on the pride of the region - the great medieval churches of York Minster, the Minster and St Mary at Beverley, and Holy Trinity at Hull, but also on less well known architectural pleasures of town and county.
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aisle arcade architect ashlar balusters band Beverley Beverley Minster block brick and pantile brick and slate brick bands brick with hipped brick with stone Bridlington Brodrick building built canted bay carved centre chancel chapel choir church clerestory columns cornice cottages decorative demolished designed doorcase doorway Doric early c19 East Riding eaves entrance facade FARM farmhouse first-floor five bays flanked FONT former four bays front Gothic grey brick Hall hipped slate roof Hull interior John John Bilson lancets late c18 MANOR medieval METHODIST metres mid c18 Minster MONUMENTS moulded nave Norman octagonal open pediment original panels pantile roof pediment Perp piers pilasters porch quoins rebuilt red brick restored Road round-arched round-headed shafts side single-storey Sledmere St Mary's Abbey STAINED GLASS staircase storeys Street stuccoed style terrace three bays three-storey timber-framed tower tracery transept two-storey Victorian village wall wall-tablets William wing yellow brick York York Minster