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The Chestergate Tavern

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The Chestergate Tavern
Uploaded by Scott on 4th July 2013
Taken on 27th October 2012 with a Panasonic DMC-FZ18

A pub known as the Mersey Tavern and the Mersey Inn was recorded on the site in 1838. The building was demolished and rebuilt in eclectic Elizabethan style, 1896-7. It is built of red brick with painted stone dressings incorporating finely carved panels and cartouches. There are three storeys to the Chestergate frontage, with an attached two-storey range in matching style to Mersey Square. The left doorway has an ornate painted surround which has flattened Ionic pilasters and is surmounted by carved lionsy. The central gable has within it a painted stone cartouche with the initials BSC, and a finial in the form of a lion, while other gables have armorial badges and ball finials. It is grade II listed.

 

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