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Adlington - Railway Inn

Name: The Railway Inn



Address: 84, Market Street, Adlington, Chorley


The Railway Inn was located on Market Street in Adlington at the junction with Harrison Road and was so named due to it's proximity to the original Lancashire Union Joint Railway Line, which ran North to South at the rear of the premises. This area was known as Water House Bridge which is where the River Douglas cuts across Adlington.



Listed landlords are recorded on census records from 1841 onwards and were John Mitchell (1841), John Anderton (1851), Paul Fairclough (1861-72), James Mason (1869), John Rigby (1872), Thomas Moss (1881-91) and William Moss (1901-11).


1841 Census


1851 Census

Looking South Down Market Street c.1980's

1861 Census

Preston Chronicle 09 January 1869

1871 Census


Chorley Guardian 11 May 1872

1881 Census

Chorley Standard and District Advertiser 08 September 1883

1891 Census

c.2010

1901 Census


The pictures above and below show the Railway Inn after closure prior to being redeveloped.



1911 Census

The Railway Inn (2016)

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