OUR photo from the archives today dates from 1958 and shows the Stonebow pub on the corner of Stonebow and Fossgate.

The pub has had many incarnations over the years - and undergone several name changes, including the Northern Wall, The Boulevard, YO1 and The Terrace, as it is known today.

Best known for its sports coverage - this is the place to go to watch the big match of the day.

Fair to say it has been a football fans’ mecca for many years thanks to the several screens dotted around the bar.

It must have been quite different back in 1958 - and if any readers remember it, please get in touch.

Then called Stonebow, it was named after its location.

York Press: Building Stonebow in the 1950sBuilding Stonebow in the 1950s

Stonebow, the road, which linked the city centre with Layerthorpe - was constructed just three years earlier, opening on October 14, 1955. It was part of a slum clearance programme and featured many new buildings, many made of concrete, which struck an off note with many who sought to preserve York's historic character.

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