The fish market at Whitby, North Yorkshire. Although Whitby still has a small fishing fleet, it now earns most of its income via tourism. Click through to see more wonderful photographs by Baz Richardson.
Sheriff Hutton Castle, North Yorkshire. The castle has strong connections with Richard III, who acquired it in 1471 (while still Duke of Gloucester). In 1484 he chose Sheriff Hutton, along with Sandal, to be the headquarters of his new Council of the North. Photograph by Shaun Conway.
York Minster, one of Europe's greatest cathedrals. The minster is particularly famous for its stained glass (especially the enormous Great East Window, which was created by John Thornton in the early 15th century).