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Lady Row

Category: Sightseeing + Tours

Goodramgate, York, YO1 7LF

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Lady Row, York | MyTravelGuide.com
Lady Row is situated on Goodramgate and consists of a row of picturesque cottages built by a wealthy merchant, Thomas Langtoft, in 1316. The cottages are said to be the oldest surviving row of houses in York and they certainly look as much, not a single straight line to be seen. Thomas Langtoft used...
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Attractions Near Lady Row, York | MyTravelGuide.com
The Treasurer's House was originally built on the site of the Roman Legionary Fortress. It is now owned by Th...
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York Conservation Trust
The second and third bays from the north end were rebuilt shortly before 1784 by John Lund as a pair of three-storey brick houses, and in the second quarter of the 19th century the house at the north end of the range was heightened to three storeys and a narrow extension to it built over the old ent...
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History of York Streets
Coney Street is one of York's main shopping streets, where familiar high street retail names cater as much for locals as for tourists. Some of the buildings in the street are timber-framed structures. Coney Street runs along the course of a stretch of Roman road which lay just outside the Roman fort...
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Lady Row, York, United Kingdom : Reviews of Lady Row - Yahoo! Travel
Lady Row is situated on Goodramgate and consists of a row of picturesque cottages built by a wealthy merchant, Thomas Langtoft, in 1316. The cottages are said to...
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Florilegium urbanum - Almshouses
A similar but later example of row housing is associated with the church of All Saints in North Street, York, which is first heard of in the third quarter of the twelfth century, but probably was a much older foundation. Beside it, separated only by an alleyway, stands a row of three timber-framed c...
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Lady Row Guide - Yahoo! Travel Guide UK
Lady Row is situated on Goodramgate and consists of a row of picturesque cottages built by a wealthy merchant, Thomas Langtoft, in 1316. The cottages are said to be the oldest surviving row of houses in York and they certainly look as much, not a single straight line to be seen. Thomas Langtoft used...
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Lady Row - Castles/palaces Attractions , United Kingdom, York, at Trave...
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Off the Beaten Path - York Travel Guide - VirtualTourist.com
Castle Howard is truly remarkable. I should probably stop right there (I won't, of course) because further description runs the risk of rampant over use of superlatives. The 18th century house is incredible on several levels not the least of which is the fact that it is still a private residence. Th...
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York Off The Beaten Path Tips by barryg23 - VirtualTourist.com
Home to a large immigrant population in the 19th Century, Walmgate stretches from Fossgate to Walmgate Bar, the southern medieval entrance in the city walls. The Walmgate area has a distinctly different feel to the rest of York. Most visitors head straight to Walmgate Bar, where a large portion of t...
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York Tourism Bureau - About us
Home to the Archbishop of York for over 750 years, Bishopthorpe Palace is surrounded by nine acres of beautiful grounds - idyllic location on the river Ouse. The gardens were established as long ago as the 11th century, and were formally laid out around 1700. Historical features include the fishpond...
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York Tourism Bureau - About us
Look up and around all the time when youre walking through York you will see little faces looking down at you, peculiar old signs, fascinating details on Yorks old buildings. Take Monk Bar for instance. Perched on the two towers of the bar are six stone figures, all seemingly ready to rain down ...
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YORKhistory.com
The half-timbered building next to the Golden Fleece on Pavement once belonged to Sir Thomas Herbert, friend of Charles I who kept him company the night befo...
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York Things to Do Tips by sandysmith - VirtualTourist.com
This building was originally the home of the medieval treasurers of York Minster. It dates mainly from the 18th century but contains work of the 13th and 14th century. It stands on the site of the Roman Imperial Barracks, remnants of which remain. The house was presented to the National Trust in 193...
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York Conservation Trust
No. 12 represents one original tenement, of which there were originally ten or twelve, each self-contained with one room upstairs and one down. The upper room would be open to the roof. No. 12 was heightened in the early nineteenth century to create an attic and all the windows are modern. If No. 12...
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Group Days Out > Tours > Yorkshire > Ancient York
Meet our qualified guide on the outskirts of the ancient city of York and after a stop for refreshment you will be taken on a panoramic tour of the 'greater' area of the city. You will see the Knavesmire, York's racecourse. One of Britain's premier racecourses, York is the home to the Ebor Handicap ...
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