North Yorkshire, England Historic Sites and Landmarks

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Zion United Reformed Church
Northallerton, England, UK

Congregational chapel, now United Reformed Church. 1819, with later alterations. Brown brick in Flemish bond, plain tile roof.

Zion Sunday School
Northallerton, England, UK

Congregational sunday school, now United Reformed. Dated 1852. Brown brick in English garden wall bond, Welsh slate roof.

Zetland House
Richmond, England

Early C19. Rough ashlar with high plinth and small terraces to slope of hill.

Zetland Hotel
Middlesbrough, England, UK

Hotel c.1860. Rear extensions 1893 by J.M. Bottomley, and 1898 (2nd and 3rd floors) by W.

Youngs Hotel (Number 25)
York, England, UK

Formerly known as: Nos.24, 25 AND 26 HIGH PETERGATE. Row of three houses; now hotel, bookshop and dental surgery. 1700-1707 with later C18 and early C19 doorcases and cornice; other later C19 and C20 alterations and extensions.

Young Ralph Cross
Westerdale, England, UK

Wayside cross, possibly C11. Hard gritstone. Large, roughly- shaped base.

Youlton Hall
Youlton, England, UK

House, remains of much larger building. C16, late Cl7 and early C18, rebuilding of 1963. Timber frame of c1500 encased in brick late Cl7 and early C18; pantile roof.