Friday, 2 September 2011

Old Nag's Head

The building on the corner of Milk Street and Water Street was once the Nags Head.

The Nags Head was opened around 1859 by Charlotte Pangburn. In the early 1900s it acquired a reputation as a disorderly house where gambling took place and it lost its licence in 1906.

In recent years the premises have been used as a plumbers' merchants. More information on Hyde Cheshire.


  1. A former pub in Milk Street. That seems fitting.

  2. Looking at the building, I wouldn't have thought it was that old.

  3. I love the colours of this building!