Entrance to the crypt of the Glasgow Cathedral. Built before the Reformation from the late 12th century onwards and serving as the seat of the Bishop and later the Archbishop of Glasgow, the building is a superb example of Scottish Gothic architecture.
Jenners Department Store, commonly known simply as Jenners, is located at the corner of Princes Street and South St David Street. For a long time, Jenners was a family-run business, but was brought under the ownership of House of Fraser. It has maintained its original position on Princes Street since 1838. Known as the "Harrods of the North", it has held a Royal Warrant since 1911.
Mol's Coffee House, Exeter, England. Said to have been a coffee house since 1596. According to legend Sir Francis Drake discussed battle plans for defeating the Spanish Armada at Mol's, and his family crest is displayed on the oak panelling on the second floor.
At St Mary's Church in Whitby, North Yorkshire, which inspired Bram Stoker when writing his classic novel Dracula, graves are in danger of crumbling down the cliffside after constant landslips in recent weeks. The historic graveyard has been closed for over a century, but human bones were discovered during a landslide last month.