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Anvil wigan
Started by: brenn65 (473) Report abuse
Can someone tell me the previous name of the anvil pub

Posted by: tuddy (1012) Report abuse
It was called the All Saints Tavern at one time, I can't remember any other names.

Posted by: jo anne (32240)   Report abuse
Itís mentioned in Wigan Town Trail - Link (p.51, paragraph 51):

This red brick corner building was The All Saints Tavern (designed by local architects Heaton and Ralph, 1894).

Posted by: brenn65 (473) Report abuse
Iv just been told it was rileys bar

Posted by: jo anne (32240)   Report abuse
Thereís a photo of the pub in WW Album that does say that, Brenn65 - Photo by DTease

Posted by: joemaplin (195)  Report abuse
It was Rileys for a while,and connected to the Grand via a corridor during this period.

Posted by: whups (4285)   Report abuse
your right tuddy. i remember seeing earnie rainford in there.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (4127) Report abuse
I seem to remember in the 1970s that it was not open has a pub, was it offices or something like that ?

Posted by: tuddy (1012) Report abuse
If Ernie was in they must have been selling pies.

Posted by: whups (4285)   Report abuse
or something else ste.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (4127) Report abuse
Druggie

Posted by: Handsomeminer (1570) Report abuse
Just a bloke with a healthy appetite, whups did he have his safari suit on

Posted by: whups (4285)   Report abuse
wrong again 1stroke.gud job he did,nt have his workware on col.

 
 
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