ST JAMES’ STREET
A few yards up on the north side of this old street an opening led to extensive premises, at one time a mews and stables, but latterly the York and Albion Garage. Here was to be found this house, numbered 5½ and this stone, mask-like face on the wall. No explanation of its origin is known. Photographed in January 1984, first the face disappeared, probably taken by some souvenir hunter, and within just a few weeks the building was demolished as part of a large redevelopment.
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