8th January - On this Day in History - 1745
Picturesque Stirling Castle is shrouded in early morning autumn mist. The castle, which dominates the lowest crossing point of the River Forth, has been witness to much of the history of Scotland and has been attacked or besieged as least 16 times over its history which stretches back to the early 1100s.
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Weather - Winter Scenes - Snow in York
Amid continuing struggle for the elderly as the snow and freezing weather persist, with arguments about the Government's handling of Cold Weather payments to the old and needy, this lady takes her dog for a walk on the snow bound pavements of York.
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Weather - Spring Scenes - York Flowers
Warm sunshine and blue skies add to the colour of the magnificent display of daffodils on the York City Walls where youngsters play among the daffodils. The scene is a sharp contrast to the blizzards of March 1995.
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