Introduction Old Maltongate leads from the centre of Malton at the 'Butcher Corner' eastwards towards Old Malton. It contained the Drill Hall and an iron foundry. At the top of the hill on the southern side is 'The Lodge'

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BOARD OF HEALTH
… … It was resolved to lay down a fresh pavement in Old Maltongate, and Macadamise the street … …
York Herald, 29 August 1857

The Workmen's Arms

This beer-house had it's license dispensed with on 31st December 1907, under the Licensing Act 1904 [1]. It was demolished in July 1908 to make way for offices for Mr. John Estill, solicitor of Norton [2]
[1] Yorkshire Gazette, 15 February 1908
[2] Yorkshire Gazette, 11 July 1908

Volunteer Drill Hall

Opened Wednesday 19th January 1887, for the use of the Malton Rifle Volunteers. Building previously used as the British School-room. Opened by Major-General Harrison of Whitley House, Malton - Yorkshire Gazette, 22 January 1887

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