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Deansgate

Updated December 21, 2016 9:05 PM

Photo courtesy of Bolton Museums

At the western end was the gateway in the mud wall, important to the inhabitants during the civil war, leading in the direction of the ancient township and parish of Deane, by the way of Bolton Moor.

Deansgate was the scene of much fighting and bloodshed during the civil war.

There were formerly several houses of local celebrities in the street; one being the Higher Nags Head Inn (demolished 1930), which was built in 1735 by John Andrews, who built the Beacon Tower on Rivington Pike.

The Lower Nags Head (rebuilt 1930s) once belonged to the Brownlows of Hall-i-th-Wood, both of these once had gardens and orchards extending over what is now covered by Market St and Victoria Sq.

Ex St Marks School/Church

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