York Minster in Winter
York Minster is the largest Gothic building north of the Alps. The photograph is taken from Precentor's Court, one of York's most attractive "snickleways". It shows the West Front of the cathedral including the Heart of Yorkshire stained glass window within the tracery of the West window. The window itslf is one of the great pieces of medieval stained glass in York minster, and was built in 1338-39. The towers on this side of the minster were constructed over 100 years later - between 1433 and 1475.