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HA09210 RyegateThe right side was rebuilt in 1912Feb 27, 2017
HA09209 RyegateLeft side was rebuilt 1895
The thatched cruck house dates from 1883
A monochrome version is HA06658
Feb 27, 2017
HA09208 Bridge StreetElijah Todds, Clothes Prop Alley, Wrothwells on site of Cooper's shop, and Lishman's ChemistsFeb 27, 2017
HA09207 The Old Meeting HouseMore information...
The Helmsley Arts Centre since 2001...
Feb 27, 2017
HA09205 Restoration of houses on Clothes Prop AlleyFeb 27, 2017
HA09204 Old brewery and estate house on Bridge StreetFeb 27, 2017
HA09203 Aerial view of HelmsleyLooking towards the North EastFeb 27, 2017
HA09202 Gas holder behind 5 Church StreetGas production was originally managed by R Beecroft, and subsequently by W Beecroft
Gas was provided from 1859; the site moved to Station Road in 1913
From the Beecroft Collection
Feb 27, 2017
HA09201 Market Place - before 1900The water pump was surrounded by railings
The work to sink the well in the Market Place began 4th August 1760; it was filled in about 1900
Feb 27, 2017
HA09200 Feversham Memorial without the statueNote the absence of the statue within the Memorial
The foundation stone was laid 17th May 1869, and statue unveiled 10th November, 1871
- so this image is between those two dates
The Golden Lion (now Thomas's) no longer has its sign, and was converted to a Butchers shop by Strickland in 1870
Feb 27, 2017
HA09199 Feversham Monument with railingsRailings removed for "the war effort" in the 1940's
The Crown and JH Clark in background
Feb 27, 2017
HA09198 Used to be National Westminster BankPreviously, Atkinson's GrocersFeb 27, 2017
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