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Description: The Black Horse Public House
Date Listed: 2 March 1978
English Heritage Building ID: 323459
OS Grid Reference: SD9900451843
OS Grid Coordinates: 399004, 451843
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9627, -2.0167
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5336 HIGH STREET
The Black Horse
SD 9851/9951 1/64
Traditionally this was a royal mews of Richard III when he was lord of the Castle
of Skipton in 1483-5. Present front has 2 canted bay windows and centre doorway,
and 3 sash windows on each of 2 upper storeys. Stuccoed over stone. Segmental
arch on left leads to yard, with an older arch and mounting block beside it.
A re-used datestone of 1676, and 2 windows of that date over the rear of the arch
(2 and 3 lights with chamfered stone mullions).
Listing NGR: SD9897651839
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Source: English Heritage
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