Friday, January 15, 2010

Not so hidden treasure

The Treasurer's House, just behind York Minster, is a National Trust property. Built over a Roman road, it has the reputation of being haunted, not by a solitary spectre, but by a marching legion. It was restored in the early 20th century by industrialist Frank Green to include rooms in a variety of periodic styles, and today the Great Hall is a wonderful venue for weddings.

1 comment:

  1. I have always been impressed about the National Trust, and the places I have visited have all been interesting and very very beautiful.
    A nice shot.