An uncommon and majestic tree, the Narrow Leaved Ash dominates the Museum Gardens in York. Until January 2018, it was listed as a Champion Tree in both height and girth. Unfortunately, as a result of water transmission problems in its outer branches, it had to be pruned. The picture of the tree in its pomp was used by the tree surgeon to carry out the pruning. The second picture shows the tree as it is today.