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The Woolpack, Otley, Yorkshire

Picture source: Peter Ashworth

The Woolpack was situated at 14 Bondgate. Originally an 18th century house converted to an inn, the building is grade-II listed. In 1827 it was Kings Arms and became the Woolpack c1860.  This pub closed in 2009.
Now used as a music/recording studio.
gawkbrook (May 2013)
Listed building details:
C18. 2 storeys, rough rendered, with painted plinth. Stone slate roof with rendered stack. 2 windows, 1 of a single and 1 of 3 lights, hung sashes with later glazing bars. Door in stone architrave. Rear premises entangled with those of Ring of Bells Public House, New Market.

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Picture source: Hania Franek