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It was the home of York's Merchant Taylors' Guild, established by a Royal Charter of Incorporation from Charles II in 1662.
The charter merged the guilds of the drapers, hosiers and tailors.
A stretch of the wall of St Mary's Abbey runs along the southern side of the street.
At the corner of the wall at the junction of Bootham and Marygate is St Mary's Tower.
It was built around 1705 as a Debtors' Prison and the architect was probably William Wakefield.
His style is similar to that later employed by Vanbrugh and Hawksmoor (See Castle Howard).
It was built in three conquest phases, including re-used Roman stone, Anglo-Saxon herringbone masonry and a late Anglo-Saxon bell-opening at the top of the tower.
Exhibition Square and the street of Boortham lie just outside the bar.
It stands on the site of a Roman gateway called Prima Porta Dextra and was the main medieval entrance into the city from the north through the Forest of Galtres.
Parts of the building with its four bartizan towers date from the 11th century, but the part facing into the city was rebuilt in 17.
In 1832, the outer extension of the gateway or 'Barbican' was removed.