Walmgate Bar :: Shared Description

Walmgate Bar is one of the mediaeval gateways through York's city walls into the historic centre of the city. It is the most intact of York's four gateways. It retains its barbican, portcullis and inner doors.

More information about Walmgate bar can be found on the History of York LinkExternal link and Jorvik LinkExternal link websites.
by Malc McDonald
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SE6151 : Walmgate Bar by DS Pugh
SE6151 : York Pullman bus at Walmgate Bar  1978 by Alan Murray-Rust
SE6151 : Walmgate Bar, York by Malc McDonald
SE6151 : Walmgate Bar by DS Pugh
SE6151 : Walmgate Bar by DS Pugh

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Created: Sat, 6 Apr 2019, Updated: Sat, 6 Apr 2019

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