West Yorkshire Archaeology Service
This timber framed building is the sole survivor of a row that once fronted what is now Westgate in Almondbury. It was built in the middle 1500s and could perhaps have been the house of a rich cloth merchant. The opening would have led through to a yard and to stables for horses.
See also: Tudor Houses
Photograph P. Gwilliam ©WYAS
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