The lion (shrewsbury)
The Lion. Dating from before 1618, the premier coaching on the London-Holyhead route. Famous visitors include Charles Dickens, Paganini, William IV, Jenny Lind, D'Quincy, Madame Tussaud, Disraeli. Particular features of note include Adam Ballroom & Tapestry Lounge

Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

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The Golden Cross An ale house for over 500 years it was a meeting place for Royalists in the Civil War until Shrewsbury was taken by Parliamentarian troops in 1646. Was also sacristy to old church of St.Chad opposite which collapsed in 1788

14 Princess Street, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

Rowleys house & mansion   shrewsbury
Rowleys House & Mansion. William Rowley of Worsfield near Bridgnorth established himself as a draper and brewer in the timber framed building in the reign of Elizabeth I. In 1618, having become prosperous, he built the attached mansion, the first brick house in the town

Barker Street, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

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The Market Hall Built by the Town of Shrewsbury in 1595 - 1596. The ground floor was used as the corn market. The upper room was used by the Shrewsbury Drapers for the purchase of Woollen cloths brought on ponies from North Wales. This plaque commemorates the 60th anniversary in 1986 of The Rotary Club of Shrewsbury

The Old Market Hall - The Square, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

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Castle Gates Library Founded by Edward VI in 1552, Shrewsbury School occupied this site until 1882. The stone buildings were built 1594-1630. Sir Philip Sidney, Judge Jeffreys and Charles Darwin were educated here. Re-opened as a library in 1983 after complete renovation. This plaque commemorates the 60th anniversary in 1986 of The Rotary Club of Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Library - School Gardens, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom