HAVE you ever seen a better photograph of Clifford’s Tower than this?
From this angle, with trees clustering on the castle mound, it looks wonderfully rural and peaceful. Yet the photograph was taken from inside the old Victorian prison which once stood where the Eye of York now is. To the left of Clifford’s Tower you can clearly make out the millstone gatehouse which stood on Tower Street and connected the prison to the outer world. The low retaining wall which hemmed in the c… (View original article)