New Square

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New Square - The tram lines first installed in 1904 - Alan Taylor

New Square - The tram lines first installed in 1904.

Thanks to Alan Taylor

New Square and the Portland Hotel - Rob Marriott

New Square and the Portland Hotel.

Thanks to Rob Marriott

Aerial view, Market Hall, Low Pavement and Markham Road. 1938 - Rob Marriott

Aerial view, Market Hall, Low Pavement and Markham Road.- 1938.

Thanks to Rob Marriott

New Square 1953 - Neil Botham

New Square 1953.

Thanks to Neil Botham

In the the early days after the removal of the market stalls in New Square - pictured here in 1959 and also in the Market Square, the space was available for car parking, free of charge! - Alan Taylor

In the the early days after the removal of the market stalls in New Square - 1959.

Thanks to Alan Taylor

New Square; Dents 1962. - Alan Taylor

Transformations are under way in New Square; Dents the Chemist and the old Star - Garter public house have gone, and work has stared on the new building for Dents. - 1962.

Thanks to Alan Taylor

New Square, looking towards West Bars. - Rob Marriott

New Square, looking towards West Bars.

Thanks to Rob Marriott

87 New Square - 2006
Late C18 facade. Red brick with modillion eaves cornice and coped brick blocking course. Sill bands. 3 storeys. 2 canted brick bays each with 3 sashes and extending full height of building, flank centre window, all unbarred sashes. Centre 2nd floor window has architrave and triple keystone, centre 1st floor with architrave, triple keystone and pediment. Centre door with round arched fanlight, pilasters, triglyph frieze and pediment. Steps up to front door.

National Westminster Bank, 89 New Square

Mid C19. Coursed stone. Triple gabled facade. Slate roof with coped gables. 2 storeys. 3 windows with blind roundels above in gables. Broad stone band between ground and 1st floor. Top windows of 3 lights with stone architraves mullions and transom. Ground floor has western round arched door with alternate voussoirs and traceried fanlight. 5 windows to east with stone architraves, mullions and transom then round arched door with fanlight. To east, 2 lower windows of 2 lights each with stone mullions.

93, New Square - 2004
Late C18/early C19. 1 block. Red brick with stone plinth (facade of No 95 painted and plinth rendered). Moulded wooden eaves cornice with slate roof. 3 storeys.
No 93, has 1 window, sashes with stuccoed lintels and vertical glazing bars only.
Bow windowed reproduction office front ground floor. No 95 has 2 windows with engraved lintels, 2nd floor with casements, 1st floor with sashes, all with glazing bars. Ground floor has added reproduction bow windows in red brick and wooden surround. Centre door approached by steps.

Thanks to Historic England

Yorkshire Bank - John 'Blink' Orme

Yorkshire Bank, New Square - 2012

Thanks to John 'Blink' Orme