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Title: Goodramgate, York
Creator: Will Larter

A quick trot along Goodramgate, visiting some of York's interesting old pubs. This is by no means the best crawl you can do in York, but if you're pressed for time or don't fancy too much walking, this is the crawl for you. It doesn't matter which order you do the pubs, they're almost within spitting distance of each other (please don't try to prove me wrong).

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Cross Keys (1)
On the corner of Goodramgate and Deangate, quite close to the Minster church. Look out for the interesting pargetting in the porch.
The Golden Slipper (2)
The amalgamation of two ancient buildings, the pub is a maze of little rooms leading back to a tiny courtyard (for smokers).
The Royal Oak Inn (3)
The snug to the left of the entrance has been refurbished with old fashioned wallpaper, smart plush coverings on the stools and a copy of a painting of Elizabeth of York.
The Snickleway Inn (4)
Known as the Anglers Arms for many years, the old lettering of the name was discovered by the present occupants during refurbishing and have been put on an internal wall.
The Old White Swan (5)
Take your pick from three bars leading off a small courtyard at the front.