The Shambles, Armagh :: Shared Description

The Shambles Variety Market website LinkExternal link states "The Shambles Yard with its unique position between Armagh City’s two Cathedrals, has a long tradition of hosting markets. Having market rights since the 15th Century, a Corn market was established in 1827, selling a wide range of goods including grain, grass seed, hay, straw and pork. The market evolved into a cattle market until the 1970’s and in 1990 it became today’s weekly variety market, where stalls can be found not only in the open trading space but also inside the listed Johnston Building"
by Eric Jones
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H8745 : Plant and flower stalls in the Shambles Yard by Eric Jones
H8745 : Early morning at the Shambles Yard by Eric Jones
H8745 : The Shambles Market Hall in Dawson Street, Armagh by Eric Jones
H8745 : The Shambles, Armagh by Eric Jones
H8745 : Setting up one's stall in the Shamble Yard by Eric Jones
H8745 : Friday plant and flower market at The Shambles Yard by Eric Jones


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Created: Thu, 16 Jun 2016, Updated: Thu, 16 Jun 2016

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