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Westerton Road, former site of the British Oak public house

Westerton Road, former site of the British Oak public house
1970s. Image shows a view of Westerton Road. The man seen is Stanley Barraclough, a local pharmacist, and he is standing at the former site of the British Oak public house. The wall behind him was constructed when the pub was demolished. The stone terraced houses known as Co-op Row can be seen to the right. The Co-operative Society store had been demolished by the time this photograph was taken. It had been built up to the gable end of the row of houses. A new British Oak public house was established on the other side of Westerton Road by converting a farmhouse. Image used courtesy of Peter Aldred. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.

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