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The Swan Inn

A Grade II Listed Building in Uppermill, Oldham

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Latitude: 53.5564 / 53°33'22"N

Longitude: -2.013 / 2°0'46"W

OS Eastings: 399237

OS Northings: 406638

OS Grid: SD992066

Mapcode National: GBR GWC9.ZW

Mapcode Global: WHB96.1VQZ

Plus Code: 9C5VHX4P+GR

Entry Name: The Swan Inn

Listing Date: 3 July 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1356398

English Heritage Legacy ID: 212348

Location: Saddleworth, Oldham, OL3

County: Oldham

Civil Parish: Saddleworth

Built-Up Area: Uppermill

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester

Church of England Parish: Dobcross Holy Trinity

Church of England Diocese: Manchester

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SD 9906 (north-east side)
9/322 The Swan Inn
Public House. "BW SW 1765" (Benjamin Wrigley) on recent
datestone. Hammer-dressed watershot stone with graduated
stone slate roof. Double-range plan of 2 bays and 2 storeys
(plus basement). Quoins. 4-light basement window and 4-light
window to each bay of each floor. All have recessed
chamfered mullions most of which are C20 replacements. Gable
chimney stacks. Gable has entrance with square-cut surround
and datestone above, 2-light windows and an arched attic
light. The rear range was added later, was itself built in 2
phases and projects to the left. It has quoins, C19 door and
window openings and a 4-light recessed flat-faced stone
mullion gable window.

Listing NGR: SD9923706638

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