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York House

A Grade II* Listed Building in Wakefield, Wakefield

York House, North facade

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Built around 1777, and possibly built for James Bank, who was associated with the wool trade. It was a gentleman’s club in the 19th century. It is presently known as the York Hotel.

Uploaded by Mike Kirby on 28 May 2012

 
 
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