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The York Hotel was set on the East Canal Wharf of the former Glamorganshire Canal adjacent to the former Custom House.

Dated 1890, The York was a three-storey red brick building under a pitched slated roof, with two remaining brick chimney stacks.

The six ground floor openings facing East Canal Wharf had ogee arched tops, and the eaves band is marked: ‘AD YORK HOTEL 1890.’  In November 2009, is disused and derelict, as is the adjacent Custom House

Interpreted in Christopher’s unique style, the York Hotel is represented here in a bright and vibrant painting.