Buildings of Malton

MBG OBJECTIVES

  • To collect photographic images of Malton and surrounding areas. The photographs included within this website will reveal the rich beauty of vintage Malton architecture.

  • To collect architectural drawings and maps; within this website, you will find a multitude of maps and architectural drawings, in the form of images. These particular historical artefacts are shared exclusively on MBG's website.

  • To collect conservation and repair reports and related research. The reports included on the website will consist of narrative, as well as photographic images of the building(s).

York House

York House, a building central to the cultural identity of many of the people of Malton and touched by the lives of many of those who have owned the town over the many centuries of its existence, remains almost but not quite complete.

 

Talbot Hotel

The Talbot Hotel. Built by Sir William Strickland after 1672 as a hunting lodge, the building was aggrandised by the Stricklands in the earliest years of the 18th century before being acquired by Sir Thomas Watson Wentworth.

 

Talbot Yard Stables

There were buildings on this site in the 17th century, possibly associated with the Horse Market, some of which remain but the majority of the buildings on the site are stables and coach-houses dating from the first decade of the 19th century associated with the Talbot Hotel.

Owstons Warehouse & Navigation Yard

The quay at Owstons Warehouse was its maximum extent before 1810, though the warehouse itself was built around 1782. There are a number of surviving warehouses elsewhere on the site from the 18th century.

 

Old Lodge & Castle Gardens

The Lodge is a remnant of a much larger house built by Ralph Eure in 1604 and dismantled by court order after 1674. The site has been part of the Roman fort, site of the castle and then of Eure's Prodigy House.

 

Yorkersgate

Yorkersgate was the beginning of the Roman road to York; from at least 15th century it was called 'York House Gate'. Architecturally, it is perhaps Malton's most interesting and varied street but is also one of the most blighted by log-jammed through traffic.

Old Malton Priory

Malton Priory, Old Malton, North Yorkshire, England, is near to the town of Malton. A surviving fragment of a rare example of a monastery of the Gilbertine Order, founded by Eustace John in about 1150.

 

 

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