King Street - Cripplegate area

King Street - Cripplegate area

King Street 

North side of King Street

Read about Hodgson's Fold

PintBacchus

Feature page on Bacchus Tavern

Wool Merchant taken from Mulcture Hall Road

Turning 180 degrees and we see Stone Dam Mills taken from Mulcture Hall Road

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South side of King Street

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KingPrussia

Read about Moot Hall

Read more about this area here

Lower Kirkgate, 1825, by John Horner. This drawing, published in 1835, also shows old houses prior to their demolition in 1825, heralding a period of urban expansion in the second quarter of the 19th Century. One of the half timbered buildings in the foreground bears the sign 'Bradley - Gingerbread maker, wholesale and retail'. (photograph courtesy of Bankfield Museum)


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