Thursday Doors: Beverley (again)

After last week’s little tour of the village of Cherry Burton, we are back in the nearby market town of Beverley again for a few more interesting doors.

And none more interesting than this – North Bar, the last remaining of the medieval gates to the walled town. To give an idea of scale, you could easily step through that door within a door. Of course, they don’t close it at nights anymore. Just as well: the implications for traffic would be horrendous.

Just outside the North Bar there are a number of very grand old houses, with equally grand doors:

Thursday Doors 16 August 2018

6 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Beverley (again)

  1. For a lover of brick, these are just perfect captures! Which makes it a hard choice, because all of them are so different! The city wall with door is typically European!

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