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Durham Cathedral, Deanery, King James' Room

This room in the former Prior's Lodge is called King James' room because James VI of Scotland slept there in April 1603 on his way south to assume to crown of England. One of a set of Raphael Tuck souvenir postcards.

1901 - 1925
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