The Londesborough Arms by peadar

The Londesborough Arms

This is Market Weighton - between Hull and York in the Yorkshire wolds. Historically the town was listed in the Domesday Book as "Wicstun" and was granted its charter to become a market town in 1251.

The Londesborough Arms is an old coach house previously called "The Devonshire Arms" which was built in the 1780's by the 5th Duke of Devonshire and used as the main coach house for the area.
Seems like a nice place to stay :)
September 23rd, 2021  
terrific lighting
September 23rd, 2021  
A lovely shot of the High Street in Market Weighton. Lovely light on the buildings. I've done quite a bit of walking around this area and up onto the Yorkshire Wolds (Good links onto the Wolds Way long distance path). Lots of interesting history to explore! Fav!

September 23rd, 2021  
Great evening light on this beautiful building.
September 23rd, 2021  
What a beautiful building!
September 23rd, 2021  
I like these afternoon lights on the wall of the houses!
September 23rd, 2021  
Lovely light on this lovely old building.
September 23rd, 2021  
Lovely shot of a beautiful building. It's astonishing how much land and property the Dukes of Devonshire have owned!
September 23rd, 2021  
Beautiful details and light. Lovely building.
September 23rd, 2021  
Very nice shot
September 24th, 2021  
Such an old town! Amazing to have history like that!
September 25th, 2021  
lovely light on the building!
September 26th, 2021  
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