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Description: 10 and 11, Kirkgate
Date Listed: 6 May 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 330096
OS Grid Reference: SE3131971132
OS Grid Coordinates: 431319, 471132
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1351, -1.5221
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SE 3171 RIPON KIRKGATE
1/82 (south side)
Nos 10 and 11
C17. Timber framed, and, according to J M W Turner's drawing of Kirkgate dated 1797
(British Museum), originally jettied at both first and second floor levels, with an
additional gabled attic storey. Refronted, apparently in early C19. Colour-washed
brick front. Hipped pantile roof. Three storeys. Three bays: Yorkshire casements
with glazing bars on second floor, cased sashes with glazing bars on first floor. Two
early C19 shopfronts, one with moulded, other with panelled pilasters, the latter a
segmental bow, and both with glazing bars. One door up 2 stone steps, another up 3:
passage entrance with semi-circular head.
Listing NGR: SE3131971132
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Source: English Heritage
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