Archaeological Survey for the Smiths Arms Public House – 37 Sherratt St – Ancoats – Manchester – M4

22 Oct


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Smiths Arms Archaeological Survey – July 2007

This the archaeological survey untaken by Manchester University in July 2007 for the historic and soon to be demolished The Smith Arms Public House in Ancoats, which sadly since 2005 has been waiting its fate, which sadly is nearing ever closer. Yet another historic building lost forever in an area that in 1999 applied for Unesco World Heritage Site status, submitted by the Department For Culture, Media and Sport Buildings, Monuments and Sites.

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  1. Smiths Arms – Brick by Brick « historyme - April 19, 2012

    […] I have spoke with Mr Holland and Mr Walden regarding this matter. We would like to discuss your requirements and possibly make a site visit to view the Smiths Arm Pub. […]

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