Holy Trinity is located just off Goodramgate, in the north of old York. This quiet church is primarily 15th century but most of the exterior dates from the 17th and 18th centuries. The interior is simple, verging on plain, but is notable for its irregular 17th century box pews, and some fine medieval stained glass. The churchyard is a lovely oasis, where locals sit and eat their lunches in peace, just yards from busy shoppers in Goodramgate.

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Holy Trinity
Holy Trinity from Goodramgate
Flowers in the churchyard
Flowers in the churchyard
The Altar of Holy Trinity
The altar
Pews and aisle
Box pews
Medieval coffin
The font of Holy Trinity
The font
Piscina, near the altar of Holy Trinity
Medieval piscina

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