Photos of places in Skipton and the surrounding area that are mentioned in the diary.
Holy Trinity Church: exterior and view of the nave from the east end
Inside Holy Trinity Church: Clifford family tombs
Skipton Castle, with its prominent inscription ‘Désormais’ (‘Hereafter’) over the gate
The ‘camp rec’ sports and recreation ground off Raikes Road, and a view over a former camp boundary looking towards Stirton
The Craven Heifer, located north of Skipton on the Grassington Road
On the horizon, a glimpse of Norton Tower, located to the north of Skipton and subject of a poem by Wordsworth: ‘An edifice of warlike frame / Stands single, – Norton Tower is its name’