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Thursday, 28 October 2010

White Lion, Todd Street

Former location of White Lion, Todd Street (Corporation Street). (c) googlemaps.

To the left of the Corporation Street side of the Printworks is a new Co-Op building, and the right part of this covers where the White Lion pub used to sit.  Clock Alley was to the left and to the right of the pub was the Coronation Steam Corn Mill [1].  Across Clock Alley was the smaller Coach & Horses pub.

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

1 comment:

  1. Hi there.

    Thanks for the great blog - my gggg grandfather, Benjamin Plant, was the publican of the White Lion in 1851. I really appreciate your info. Thanks again.