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Sunday, 23 March 2008

Warrington Street

The Lion with the Key is above the entrance to the NatWest Bank on the corner of Warrington Street and Old Street.
Congrats to Greeny for getting it right!
High up on the building, above the lion, is the Ashton coat of arms and the motto "Labor Omnia Vincit".
The site was originally (from around 1750 to 1901) the site of the George and Dragon pub, which was re-located to Bow Street.


  1. Nice photography and a very nice photograph with your post today.

    Easter greetings from Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.

  2. Martin,
    Have you any idea why there is not a second floor (above post office door).

    Old Street were Manchester Road when George were a lad and dragons roomed the streets of Ashton


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