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SE6051 :: The Kings Arms, York

Taken 8 years ago by David Dixon near York/SE5951, York, England

The Kings Arms, York by David Dixon
The Kings Arms, York

Early 17th century public house which was partly rebuilt and extended in 1898 for Samuel Smiths brewery and modernised 1973-4. The inn, situated on King's Staith below Ouse Bridge, was known as the 'Ousebridge' between 1898 and 1974. It is a Grade II listed building (English Heritage Building ID: 463761 LinkExternal link British Listed Buildings).
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Subject Grid Square SE6051
Subject Lat/Long 53.956899,-1.082994 (click to view more nearby images)
Near York/SE5951, York, England
Photographer David Dixon
Taken 20140629 201406 2014 (about 8 years ago)
Submitted 2014-07-05
Context Historic sites and artefacts · Rivers, Streams, Drainage · Business, Retail, Services · City, Town centre ·
Tag River · English Heritage · listed building · public house · pub · Inn · Grade I listed · 17th Century · place:York · seventeenth century · camera:Panasonic DMC-G3 · river:River Ouse ·
Group Ouse Bridge ·

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