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REPAIR workers at a flood-hit security company in York have discovered a 30-foot well. Eboracum Security`s offices in Franklinand#039;s Yard off Fossgate, was badly damaged during the recent flooding, and work has begun to repair the floor and walls in the building ...

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Old photos: Furniture removal in York, 1900s-style

Welcome to the world of furniture removal, early 1900s-style. The photographs on these pages - most, but not all, from the collection of transport historian and retired British Rail mechanical engineer Derek Rayner - show various removal wagons in York in the early decades of the 20th century ...

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Picture Of Time runs out for familiar York face after 208 years

Time runs out for familiar York face after 208 years

TIME is up for one of York`s familiar faces, after more than two centuries. Workmen have been on the roof of the church of All Saints Pavement over the past few days - after one of its clock faces fell off. It had been in place since 1808 but fell a few months ago and is now being replaced ...

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