23 June 15 A day trip to Sandbach in Cheshire. Sunny
The Market Square.
The War Memorial and the Black Bear Inn.
Ye Old Black Bear Inn (1634). Grade II* listed.
The Lower Chequer Inn, Grade II Listed, thought to date from 1570.
The Lower Chequer Inn. Note the old mounting block.
The Sandbach Crosses, two 9th-century stone Anglo-Saxon crosses.
The Crown Inn, Market Square. Origins 17C, but much
altered, and re-fronted circa 1910. Grade II listed.
The Black Bear Inn again.
17th century building, now a flower shop, High Street.
The tower of Saint Mary's Church. Grade II* listed.
The Town Hall building, designed by Thomas Bower 1889.
The Literary Institution building, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott 1857.
Drinking fountain, by Thomas Bower 1897.
Trustee Savings Bank building, probably by Sir George Gilbert Scott 1857.
Class 323 electric multiple unit, built by Hunslet TPL.
My transport back to Manchester.