The Royal Oak Blue Plaque

The Royal Oak Blue Plaque

Royal Oak Blue Plaque Royal Oak Blue Plaque is now “Black” for some reason? Royal Oak P.H. Late 18th century. An original posting inn with stables and large land holdings, used by the famous dialect writer Tim Bobbin as the base of his work “a view of the Lancashire Dialect”. G. Stephenson, the railway engineer,…

Blue Bell Inn Blue (Red) Plaque

Blue Bell Inn Blue Plaque

Blue Bell Inn Blue Plaque (Red) Blue Bell Inn Grade II Listed Building 1745-1911 One of only four public houses listed in the 1626 Manor Survey of Rochdale. The Blue Bell (rebuilt 1745) derives its name from the medieval church bell traditionally painted blue. 20 Newgate, Rochdale Joe Kozarzewski where was it exactly Paul Jones Outside…

Union Flag Inn Blue Plaque

Union Flag Inn Blue Plaque

Union Flag Inn Blue Plaque

Union Flag Inn
Grade II Listed Building
1708

Union Flag Inn Blue Plaque
In 1745 a confrontation between the forces of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the town authorities took place here. Built as a residence it is a particularly early instance of accomplished classical architecture. Used as a bank since 1930.