Long Row

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Long Row
Long Row, Nottingham - geograph.org.uk - 656641.jpg
The middle section of Long Row, Nottingham
Long Row is located in Nottingham
Long Row
Location within Central Nottingham
Maintained byNottingham City Council
Coordinates52°57′14″N 1°09′02″W / 52.9538°N 1.1505°W / 52.9538; -1.1505Coordinates: 52°57′14″N 1°09′02″W / 52.9538°N 1.1505°W / 52.9538; -1.1505

Long Row is a row of retail buildings in Nottingham City Centre forming the north side of Old Market Square, Nottingham.

Notable buildings[edit]

Long Row West[edit]

Cooke and Foster at 56 Long Row in 1840
  • 70 West End Arcade 1920s
  • 67 The Dragon by John Henry Statham. 1879. This was originally a house dating from 1615 (possibly the first brick building in Nottingham), which evolved into a tavern named the George and Dragon. In 1865 it was taken over by Greenall Whitley and remained under ownership in 1991. It reopened as The Dragon in 1994.[1]
  • 62-64 Tesco
  • 61 Maryland Chicken
  • 60 Chatime
  • 58 and 59
  • 56 facades of 3 former merchants' houses dating from 1705, 1720 and 1740. Cooke and Foster ca 1840. From ca 1920 it housed Pearson's department store.[2] (Habitat in 2016)
  • 52 late 18th century house, now converted for retail use.[3] (British Heart Foundation in 2016)
  • 50 and 51 late 18th century[4] (British Heart Foundation in 2016)
  • 49 The Talbot, William Arthur Heazell and Sons 1876-78[5] (Yates Wine Lodge since 1928)
  • 48 (Subway in 2016)

Long Row[edit]

Debenhams 1927
Queen's Chambers, 1897

Long Row East[edit]

Oriel Chambers, 1905-06
  • 22 Russell Chambers, Marshall and Turner 1895 (Clarks in 2016)
  • 21 Clarks
  • 20 Oriel Chambers, William Arthur Heazell and Sons 1905-06[11] (Rush Hair in 2016)
  • 17-18 Alexander Ellis Anderson 1924[12] (Cooperative Travel in 2016)
  • 15-16 London, City and Midland Bank. Thomas Bostock Whinney 1911[13] (Jem Leisure in 2016)
  • 14 The Works
  • 6-12 Primark (site of the former Black Boy Hotel)
  • 4-5 Ann Summer and Thomson
  • 1-3 Three and Thomas Cook 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bygones: Colourful history of one of city's most well-known streets". Nottingham Evening Post. 26 January 2016. Retrieved 26 March 2017.
  2. ^ Historic England, "Habitat and RJ's Homeshop (1254555)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  3. ^ Historic England, "52 Long Row West (1270742)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  4. ^ Historic England, "50 and 51 Long Row West (1254555)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  5. ^ Historic England, "Yate's Wine Lodge (1254554)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  6. ^ Historic England, "34 and 35 Long Row (1254719)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  7. ^ Historic England, "33 Long Row (1270741)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  8. ^ Historic England, "29 and 31 Long Row (1254716)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  9. ^ Historic England, "27 Long Row (1254553)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  10. ^ Historic England, "Queen's Chambers (1254714)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  11. ^ Historic England, "Oriel Chambers, 20 and 21 Long Row (1254713)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  12. ^ Historic England, "17 and 18 Long Row (1270740)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017
  13. ^ Historic England, "Midland Bank, 15 Long Row (1254551)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 March 2017