Tuesday, 23 December 2014
Hercules above Pagliacci
The Italian restaurant Pagliacci ristorante pizzeria on the corner of Market Street and Milk Street was originally a furniture warehouse.
On the corner of the roof is a statue believed to be of Hercules.
It has been there for around a hundred years. It is believed to be one of pair dating from 1910. Its pair is understood to have been on display at Pole Bank Hall but over the years has disappeared.
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