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Thursday, 14 October 2010

Front O'th Tree & Nelson Inn, Thornley Brow

Thornley Brow (Front O'th Tree & Nelson Inn down to the right). (c) googlemaps.

This oddly named pub was down the narrow Thornley Brow off Shudehill.  Further down past the Front O'th Tree & Nelson Inn on the right, there was a hidden little church, the Scotch Baptist Chapel, accessible only by going to the bottom of Thornley Brow and doubling back down Thornley Court [1].

1. Manchester Victoria 1849, Alan Godfrey Maps (2009).

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