Matilda Tavern, No 100, Matilda Street. Named after William the Conqueror's wife, Matilda of Flanders. Built as a coaching house in 1840. The archway next to the tavern was the entrance to Court No. 8, which was probably used as a stable yard in the
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Title:Matilda Tavern, No 100, Matilda Street. Named after William the Conqueror's wife, Matilda of Flanders. Built as a coaching house in 1840. The archway next to the tavern was the entrance to Court No. 8, which was probably used as a stable yard in the
Location:Sheffield_City_Centre
Date:1965/04
Date Period:1960-1979
Photographer:Sheffield City Libraries
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