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City of Mabgate Inn (Mabgate)
Colour image1999. View showing the City of Mabgate on the junction of Bell Street with Mabgate. A fine example of Burmantofts faience, in the green glazed tiling around the exterior, produced by Burmantofts Pottery which closed in 1957.
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City of Mabgate Inn (Mabgate)
Colour image1999. View looking onto City of Mabgate Inn on the junction of Bell Street and Mabgate. The Public House is a fine example of Burmantofts Pottery which can be seen in the green glazed tiling around the exterior.
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City of Mabgate Inn (Mabgate) (3 comments)
Colour image1999, View looking towards Bell Street from Mabgate showing the City of Mabgate Pub. A fine example of Burmantofts Faience in the green glaze tiling round the exterior. This was produced at the nearby Burmantofts Pottery which closed in 1957, having at one time exported throughout the world.
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City of Mabgate Inn (Mabgate) (1 comment)
Colour image29th October 1999. View of the City of Mabgate Inn on the junction of Bell Street and Mabgate. The Inn was built in the 1840s. A fine example of Burmantofts faience, in the green glaze tiling round the exterior, produced by the Burmantofts pottery which was closed in 1957 having at one time exported around the world.
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City Of Mabgate Inn (Mabgate)
Colour image19th March 2002. View down Mabgate towards inner city ring road showing the City Of Mabgate Inn on the right. The Inn with its green tile facade dates C.1857 and has a cholera burial ground opposite. Hanging flower baskets decorate the exterior and a sign advertises a beer garden and bar lunches and that it is a Whitbread Inn. The building behind is the ATS Euromaster and two people are walking past.
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