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The Eccles Cross

Take a look at photographs of Eccles through the ages.

13 Regent Street, Eccles, Manchester, M30 0BP

This pub takes its name from the nearby Eccles Cross. The original cross was erected by Celtic missionaries in the 5th century. The stump of the later Saxon cross stood neglected for years, until accidentally demolished by a lorry in World War II.

An old photograph of Gilda Brook Road, Eccles.

An old photograph of Liverpool Road, Eccles.

An old photograph of The Crown Theatre.

An old photograph of Church Street, Eccles.

An old photograph of Church Street, Eccles.

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