Pubs of Manchester

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Saturday, 8 December 2012

Wrexham Inn, Ashton Old Road

Wrexham Inn, Ashton Old Road, Openshaw. (c) D.N. at ManMates [1].

Seen in the 1960s, 1964 and 1970s, the Wrexham Inn was once on the end of the terrace on the corner of Lees Street and Ashton Old Road.  Oddly for the period, there was no brewery signage, so the pub may have been a true free house, although by 1992 the Wrexham Inn was a Boddington's house [2].  See Alan Winfield's photo of the Wrexham Inn here.  Unsurprisingly, since the pub was pulled down in the last decade or so, nothing has been done with this site.

Former location of Wrexham Inn, Ashton Old Road. (c) Google 2012. View Larger Map.


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