Collage, album created on May 10, 2020
17 items in total.
East & West Ayton - North Yorkshire, album created on April 17, 2020
A Brief History In 1086 West “Atun” was recorded in the Doomsday book as being owned by Gilbert son of Lagi. The ownership passed to Gilbert’s grandson who then took the name Aton. Gilbert de Aton was a benefactor to the Priory of Malton and his son Sir William Aton founded a chantry in the Chapel of St John the Baptist in 1383. Prior to the Roman conquest East Ayton was split into three manors owned separately by Blacre, Ghilander and Torbrand. East “Atun” was recorded in the Doomsday book as…
Deliberate Camera Movement, album created on December 15, 2019
5 items in total.
Historic buildings and Ruins, a set of 8 albums
Scarborough Castle, album created on October 1, 2018
Scarborough Castle stands on a massive promontory of rock that rises above the North Sea. The site has been intermittently inhabinted and fortified for nearly 3000 years. With its own anchorage, now the harbour, Scarborough has long been an important gateway to north-east England. In the fourth century the Romans built a fortified signal station here, one of a coastal chain that watched for seaborne raiders. A castle was first established here by William le Gros, Earl of York, in the mid 12th c…
Helmsley Castle, album created on October 12, 2018
Helmsley Castle stands on an outcrop of rock in the valley of the river Rye, overlooking the historic market town of the same name to the east. First raised by Walter Espec in the early 12th century, the castle was rebuilt in stone by Robert de Ros II from the 1190's, with his great East Tower overlooking the town. Robert's descendants developed the defences and the domestic accommodation of the castle throughout the Middle Ages. In the late 16th century the Manners family built a mansion with…
Reflections, album created on April 7, 2017
151 items in total.