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The winner of this quiz was Gerald Marsden of Orrell, well done - the 1st to get all of them correct!
Click here for the answers
10 anagrams...
1. My newer losses. (7,6)
2. Lens attraction. (7,7)
3. Washed four more. (5,5,4)
4. Grippy beadle. (6,6)
5. Select North American. (6,7,6)
6. Cringe Blair year. (8,7)
7. Longbow ditto. (7,4)
8. Wire clone. (5,4)
9. Dappling frisker. (11,4)
10. Voting Hens. (10)
 
10 questions...
11. What was Lady Mabel's (of Mab Cross legend) maiden name?
12. Who is the present Mayor of Wigan?
13. The Hippodrome was reduced to ashes in which year?
14. Which side did Wigan support in the English Civil War?
15. The Pavilion was demolished in 1959. Which building now occupies the site?
16. Isle of Man's popular tourist attraction, the Laxey Wheel, was made at which Wigan foundry?
17. Old occupation of 'tallow chandler' meant making what?
18. Name Wigan's only Grade I listed building.
19. Name the 'clean' coal, sometimes used for carving decorative household objects.
20. The "Wigan Flight" is a series of locks on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. Stretching 2 miles between Ince and Aspull, how many locks make up the "Wigan Flight"?
 
10 photos...
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25. 26.
27. 28.
29. 30.
 

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INSTRUCTIONS:

10 anagrams...
Unscramble the letters to spell Wigan places and buildings, past and present.

10 questions...
General questions about Wigan, some easy, some difficult!

10 photos...
Can you identify all of the buildings? They are all local, only 1 has been demolished.
 

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