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Bowes Morrell House. One of the best examples of a late 14th century timber-framed house of unusual plan, of which there is no known parallel in the city. Acquired by York Conservation Trust in 2004 and restored by them, it is named after John Bowes Morrell (1873-1963), co-founder of the Trust, a former Sheriff, twice Lord Mayor and Honorary Freeman of this City.

111 Walmgate, York, United Kingdom

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This building, erected in 1759, was the first and, for 46 years, the only Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in York. John Wesley conducted the opening services on Sunday July 15th 1750 and preached here on many subsequent occasions. Its use as a Wesleyan Chapel was discontinued in the year 1805.

60-62 Aldwark, York, United Kingdom