The Most Fortunate Situation: by HOGARTH, Peter J. and ANDERSON,…

The Most Fortunate Situation: The Story of York's Museum Gardens

York Yorkshire Philosophical Society 2118

239pp illustrated with b/w plates and colour illustrations drawn from the archives, old maps, pictures and living memories of the gardens and those who created them. The Museum Gardens, York was set up as a botanical gardens in the late 18th century and was a subscription garden but now is one of the major designed open spaces, open to the public freely, in central York. Created around the site of St Mary's Abbey.

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