An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 3, South west

The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England survey, covering the south west part of the city. As well as covering ecclesiastical and secular monuments, particular attention is paid to vernacular architecture in the Micklegate area.

RCHME Inventory Volumes. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1972.

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Table of Contents

Title Page(s)
Plate 181: Micklegate, Micklegate House, Nos. 88, 90. Glass in Library, by William Peckitt 181
Plate 182: Micklegate, Micklegate House, Nos. 88, 90. Main staircase 182
Plate 183: Micklegate, House, Nos. 118, 120. Fireplace in Saloon, c. 1742 and later 183
Plate 184: Micklegate, Houses 184
Plate 185: North Street, Church Cottages, No. 31 and Nos. 1, 2 All Saints Lane 185
Plate 186: North Street, House, No. 6. Ceiling 186
Plate 187: North Street, House, No. 19 187
Plate 188: North Street, Trinity Lane 188
Plate 189: Skeldergate 189
Plate 190: Tanner Row 190
Plate 191: Trinity Lane, Jacob's Well 191
Plate 192: Acomb, Front Street 192
Plate 193: Acomb, Front Street 193
Plate 194: Acomb, Acomb House, No. 23 Front Street 194
Plate 195: Acomb, Acomb House, No. 23 Front Street 195
Plate 196: Tadcaster Road, Mill Mount Grammar School 196
Plate 197: Middlethorpe, Middlethorpe Hall 197
Plate 198: Middlethorpe Hall and York from S., by Francis Place 198
Plate 199: Middlethorpe, Middlethorpe Hall, from S. 199
Plate 200: Middlethorpe, Middlethorpe Hall. Fireplace in Dining Room 200
Plate 201: Middlethorpe, Middlethorpe Hall 201
Plate 202: Middlethorpe, Middlethorpe Hall, Interiors 202
Plate 203: Middlethorpe, Middlethorpe Hall, Doorways 203
Plate 204: Middlethorpe, Middlethorpe Manor 204
Plate 205: The Mount, Elm Bank, Stair Hall 205
Plate 206: The Mount, Elm Bank, Overmantel by George Walton 206