- Publicaton Date
- April 2023
- Standard Number
- Yale University Press
- 904 pages, 215 x 114 mm
- 133 colour 82 b-w illus.
The first complete revision of Pevsner’s original volume on the North Riding of Yorkshire, from the fells on the Westmorland border to the edges of York
Providing unrivalled coverage of the area, this volume offers a fully revised and updated guide to the North Riding of Yorkshire. From the fells on the Westmorland border, through the unspoilt wild beauty of Swaledale and Wensleydale to the highest cliffs in the country, the area represents some of the finest landscaping and impressive castle architecture in the north of England.
Towns explored include Richmond with its large cobbled marketplace and the beautiful fishing town of Whitby presided over by the Gothic silhouette of its iconic abbey. Architectural styles range from the remains of unusually complete and beautiful monastic establishments, including the Cistercians at Rievaulx, to the stone and stucco marine terraces and villas of the Victorian seaside resort of Scarborough. Covering structures as diverse as Vanbrugh’s Castle Howard, early Garden City housing by the Rowntrees at New Earswick and the Middlesbrough transporter bridge, this volume is an essential reference for visitors and residents alike.