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Thursday, 24 March 2011

George Inn, Deansgate

Former location of George Inn, Deansgate (left). (c) googlemaps.

Just a few doors up Deansgate and opposite the Sawyers Arms (far right in above shot) is the location of the old George Inn (left).  It would have stood next to the Kings Arms, separated by Back King Street (now South King Street).  Then at No.103 Deansgate, Sarah and John Richardson had the George Inn in the mid 1850s [1].  Now at this spot - the numbering hasn't changed too much - is the Spanish restaurant La Vina at No.105-107.

Former George Inn, now La Vina, Deansgate. (c) mrrobertwade at flickr.

1. Manchester City Centre 1849, Alan Godfrey Maps (2008).

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