© Mr Alan V Whetton LRPS
OLD WHITEHORSE INN, OLD MAIN STREET (west side)
BINGLEY, BRADFORD, WEST YORKSHIRE
Mr Alan V Whetton LRPS
28 August 1999
10 January 1973
Date of last amendment:
18 October 1985
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SE1039SE BINGLEY OLD MAIN STREET
9/149 No 80
10/1/73 (Old White Horse)
(formerly listed as Old
GV Whitehorse Inn)
House, now public house. Mid C17 with mid C20 alteration.
Rubble brought to course (white washed), stone slate roof.
2 storeys. 3-cell hall-and-crosswing plan. Wing to left
breaks forward and has quoined angles, 5-light double-
chamfered mullioned window with hoodmould to each floor and
doorway to right with hoodmould. Coped gable with kneelers
and finials to eaves and apex. Hall range has 4 altered
windows of 3 lights to ground floor but with two 3-light
double-chamfered mullioned windows to 1st floor with lateral
stack between. Stack to right gable which is coped with
kneelers and finials. Left-hand return of wing has 2-light
window with hoodmould to ground floor right and Cl8 window
with architrave and block keystone to 1st floor; other windows
C20. Stack to gable and one other.
Interior: crosswing has chamfered spine-beam with ogee stops,
oak-panelled dado c1720 with overmantel with pulvinated frieze
and 2 painted heraldic coat-of-arms much faded but one appearing
to be surmounted by the Ferrand Crest, a cubit arm wielding a
battle axe. Doorway to this room has stone carved lintel.
Other chamfered beams.