York in the 1970s
This is the third volume in a unique and exciting series on the history of York. As the city of York entered the 1970s, change began to sweep through it, taking it into the modern age. The city celebrated its history and really began to form an industry out of it: Stonegate was pedestrianised; excavations took place at the site of the National Railway Museum and Coppergate, which paved the way for the celebrated Jorvik Viking Centre; and the Minster Crypt was opened to the public. Join Paul Chrystal as he discusses all of these and many more fascinating details about York during this vital decade in the city’s varied history.