The tall clock tower on the right belongs to York Magistrates’ Court (built 1890/92) and on its left is the Fire Station, both on Clifford Street.
York Magistrates’ Court, the Fire Station and the Police Station are a group of English Heritage Grade II Listed buildings (Number: 1259239).
The City of York was originally named Eboracum by the Roman founders in 71 AD.
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