The Hyde's England Trip, June, 2004
The street in York called "The Shambles" - originally in the 14th
century it was mostly butcher shops.
Notice how the second and third stories of the shops along The
Shambles almost touch.
A half-timbered house along The Shambles.
Beautiful wood carvings on a half-timbered house along The Shambles
Another half-timbered house along The Shambles. Dated at 1434.
Street sign at corner of High Petergate and Minster Gates.
In York "Gate" means street.
Looking down High Petergate.
Scott in front of "his" sign.
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