After the Museum Gardens, I walked across the Lendal bridge, looked over to the old building where my company used to have an office, and got this picture of the tower at the end of the bridge.
Finally, I walked back across town to Mickelgate, another old street which features lots of old shops, which I didn’t have time to really look at.
I took a couple of pictures of the Mickelgate Bar before heading to the station for my train home.
There’s a lot to see in York, and I only had time for part of it. There are a few more museums, an art gallery (well, that’s closed for refurbishment at present) and much more. I’ll be going back – stay tuned for the next York visit!
 That’s the one I work for, not one I own, I hasten to add
 Note to anyone who doesn’t know York: anything called “Somethinggate” is a street. The gates in the city walls are called “Bars”, even though you can’t get a drink in any of them.