Beverley has some interesting features, some not immediately apparent. A cast iron lamppost in the middle of town celebrates a nearby apothecary quarter by displaying a fine snake.
Nearer the Minster a carved kerbstone includes elements from wallpaper printed by Hugo Goes at his printing business on Highgate in around 1500. Said to be the first printed wallpaper made in England.
Style is still clearly key to Beverley, just west of Saturday Market is a hatshop with some feathery creations for those planning to attend Cheltenham Races.
More to my taste is this old petrol pump just round the corner from the minster. Note the long arm which could be swung out to deliver petrol to the offside filler of a customers car.
And two things which have appeared on this blog before. First the use of shrubs planted directly into the pavement to enhance your home:
and then the rather poorly maintained painted sundial high on the west end of Beverley Minster: