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Grimsargh Club

0.0 miles (0.1km)

148 Preston Road
Grimsargh
PR2 5JQ

White Bull

0.8 miles (1.3km)

Preston Road
Alston
PR3 3BJ

Haighton Manor

1.2 miles (2.0km)

Haighton Green Lane
Haighton
PR2 5SQ

Norman Jepson

1.5 miles (2.4km)

Bluebell Way, East Link, Fulwood
Preston
PR2 5RU

Old Oak

1.6 miles (2.6km)

111 Preston Road
Longridge
PR3 3BA

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Camera location53° 48′ 16.31″ N, 2° 37′ 50.7″ W   View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth53.804530; -2.630750
DescriptionThe Plough, Grimsargh 236-16.jpg

English:The Plough public house in Grimsargh, Lancashire, England. The footpath between the two fences on the left follows the course of the dismantled Preston and Longridge Railway. The Plough acted as ticket office for the railway before Grimsargh railway station was built on the opposite side of the road in 1870. The railway closed to passengers in 1930 and to goods in 1967.

West-Vlams:The Plough, Grimsargh, Lancashire, Iengeland

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