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Perhaps the most architecturally-significant period in York’s history is the Victorian Era. Many buildings built during this time incorporate features from several different Victorian "styles." Instead of attempting to classify them into a single style, their hybrid design is best lumped under a general "Victorian" or Victorian Eclectic moniker. Examples include the White Hall Hotel and the Northern Central Railroad Station.

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