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Laithe House a 17th C. Dales yeoman's homestead with barn, farm buildings and house under one roof, and central waggon arch.

somewhere in Otley, Otley, United Kingdom

A Maypole has stood on this site for many centuries, present pole erected 1902

Boroughgate, Otley, United Kingdom

Built 1757 formerly a chapel, school, courthouse and assembly rooms, becoming an inn during 1865

The Bowling Green pub, Bondgate, Otley, United Kingdom

Robert Elliot's iron foundry established here c1849, supplying castings for the original "Wharfedale" printing machines. The extended site was occupied until 1932 as Fieldhouse, Crossfield & Co.'s Wharfedale Foundry

Crossgate, Otley, United Kingdom

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Once the home of Thomas Chippendale

Kirkgate, Otley, United Kingdom

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Formerly the Royal White Horse Hotel Built 18th Century visited 1876 by HRH Duke of Connaught from which it gained its royal prefix

Kirkgate, Otley, United Kingdom

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The oldest inn in Otley reputedly drunk dry by Cromwell's troops who camped outside the town on the eve of the Battle of Marston Moor.

Market Place, Otley, United Kingdom

17th C home of the steward of the manor and liberty of Otley. Altered to Georgian style 1704. Converted to shops 1840.

Kirkgate, Otley, United Kingdom

Site of the Falcon Works of Waite & Saville, printers' engineers, home of the Falcon Platen printing machine in the 19th and 20th centuries

Granville Mount, Otley, United Kingdom

Site of David Payne's Atlas Works, founded in 1867 following dissolution of partnership with William Dawson. Firms combined again in 1921 as Dawson, Payne & Elliott.

Westgate, Otley, United Kingdom

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Site of the Caxton works of David Payne & Co., 1892-1904 the Wharfedale printing machine makers, established by the eldest son of David Payne, co-founder of the printing machine industry in Otley

Leeds Road, Otley, United Kingdom

Site of the Albion Works of John Kelley, manufacturer of Wharfedale-type printing machines 1889-1905

Leeds Road, Otley, United Kingdom

Formerly the Mechanics Institute opened 31st Oct. 1871 and extended in 1895

Otley Civic Centre, Boroughgate, Otley, United Kingdom

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Formerly the Half Moon Inn 1759. Meeting place of Guild of Stonemasons and Cathedral Builders from 1760, forerunners of Freemasonry. Ceased to be an inn, 1971.

Westgate, Otley, United Kingdom

William Dawson's first workshop developing into Ashfield Works where the original "Wharfedale" printing press was made in 1858

Westgate, Otley, United Kingdom

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** duplicate of #4804 **

?, Otley, United Kingdom