York Minster Places Nearby

Railings and Gates Attached to NE Corner of York Minster

Railings extending approximately 50 metres north-west from north-east corner of York Minster (qv) and incorporating gate piers and carriage and foot gates. c1860. Cast-iron railings, gates and gate piers; stone wall and pier.

Wall, Gates and Gate Piers c. 90 M SW of Number 1

Wall, gates and gate piers forming south-west boundary of garden to Gray's Court (qv). Wall and gates c1900, re-using C17 gate piers. Wall of reused magnesian limestone, irregularly coursed; ashlar gate piers and cast-iron gates.

Column c. 4 M NE of Number 9

Column from the north-east colonnade of the Roman headquarters building. Originally constructed c100 AD by Legion IX, re-assembled and re-used by Legion VI in C4; erected in present location 1971. Gritstone.

3-9, Minster Gates

Includes: No.11 MINSTER YARD. Five houses; now three shops. Early C18 with early C19 alterations and shopfronts: further alterations later.

12, Minster Yard

Offices. c1840, incorporating late C18 structure. By JB Pritchett for the Dean and Chapter.

Number 4 and Attached Garden Wall, Gate and Railings at Front and Back

House, attached front garden wall, railings and gate; railings attached to back steps. Early C18, with early C19 alterations: restored 1992. MATERIALS: front of orange-brown brick in Flemish bond with timber doorcase and eaves cornice; rear of various brick in random bond with cogged brick cornice; right return red brick in English garden wall bond.

10, Minster Gates

One of pair of houses, now shop and offices. c1755 with early C19 shopfront; raised and altered further in mid C19 with demolition of second house. Orange-grey brick in Flemish bond, raised in orange brick; right side rendered; timber shopfront and guttering on paired modillions; tiled roof and brick stack.

Gates and Railings to Deans Park

Gates and railings forming entrances and boundaries to Dean's Park on north-east side. 1839; repositioned 1863 and later. By the Walker Foundry.

40, Low Petergate

Includes: No.40 LOW PETERGATE. Three houses and shops. c1840 with later alterations.

1, Chapter House Street

Formerly known as: No.7 CHAPTER HOUSE STREET. House, part now used as workshop. C15 or earlier in origin; extensively remodelled in early C18; partly raised and altered further c1840 and later.

Minster Song School (Part)

Formerly known as: The Minster Chamber MINSTER YARD. Pair of houses, now part of school. 1837 with later alteration and extension.

1, Minster Gates

Formerly known as: Nos.81, 82 AND 83 HIGH PETERGATE. Includes: No.38 HIGH PETERGATE. Two shops and flat.

6, Minster Yard

House, now school. Early C18, raised and re-roofed 1786; small late C19 extension. MATERIALS: front and right return painted render, possibly Portland cement, on painted chamfered plinth incised to resemble ashlar; painted stone dressings; timber doorcase and cornice: rear of orange-red brick in English garden-wall bond on basement of squared limestone; slate hipped roof with rendered brick stacks.

3, Chapter House Street

Formerly known as: No.6 CHAPTER HOUSE STREET. House. Late C17 incorporating remains of earlier structure; later alterations.

Number 5 and Attached Front Garden Railings

House, originally part of a longer range of tenements; attached front garden railings. Early C19, incorporating part range c1300, possibly C15 range, and c1600 wing; later C19 alteration. All parts timber-framed; entrance front of render incised to resemble panelling; street front part coursed limestone, part buff-orange brick in Flemish bond.

Purey Cust Lodge, Attached Walls and Gateways

Lodge, walls and gateways to the Minster Stoneyard; now entrance and boundary walls to garden of the Purey Cust Chambers (qv). 1845, adopted as garden walls c1916. MATERIALS: lodge of orange-brown and orange-grey brick in various bonds and magnesian limestone ashlar: pent pantile roof has brick stacks.