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Description: The Museum Hall
Date Listed: 11 December 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 325838
OS Grid Reference: SE6156532231
OS Grid Coordinates: 461565, 432231
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7828, -1.0671
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1. (west side)
The Museum Hall
(formerly listed as
SE 6132 SE 5/35 11.12 68
1839. Built as the Public Rooms on land given by the Hon E R Petre, Lord of the
Manor of Selby, in 1839. It subsequently became the Merchants' Institute in 1861,
then the Museum. Brown brick. Stucco dressings. Pitched slate roof. Two storeys
Pediment. First floor band. Rusticated quoins to ground floor. Three bays.
Segment-headed sashes with rusticated surrounds on ground floor. Round-headed
windows on first floor, with marginal glazing bard, moulded surrounds, and panelled
Listing NGR: SE6156532231
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Source: English Heritage
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