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Saturday, 19 April 2014

Cheetham Arms, Long Mill Gate

Cheetham Arms, Long Mill Gate, 1851. (c) Adshead at Digital Archives [1].

The Cheetham Arms is a long-lost pub that stood on the corner of what was Munday Street and Long Mill Gate, and which today is Munster Street and the top end of Corporation Street.  

Cheetham Arms, Long Mill Gate, 1891. (c) [2].

Situated between the still-serving Ducie Arms and the recently lost-to-the-Co-Op Crown & Cushion, the Cheetham Arms is shown above in Adshead's 1851 map [1] and the 1891 Town Plans [2].

Former location of Cheetham Arms, Munster Street/Corporation Street. (c) Google 2014. View Larger Map.

1. Adshead's Twenty Four Illustrated Maps of the Township of Manchester divided into Municipal Wards, 1851 at Digital Archives.

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