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.

Royal Oak Blue Plaque
Photo By Neil Myers

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, is said to have lodged here during the construction of the railway.

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Church Street, Littleborough

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