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#281161 - 7th Jan 2009 12:36pm 538 Nags Head, Wallasey
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538 Nags Head, Wallasey Rake Lane, Wallasey, Merseyside

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#303380 - 22nd Mar 2009 1:12pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: ]
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#303381 - 22nd Mar 2009 1:15pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: derekdwc]
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sorry I seem to have these mixed up
Where is this

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#303703 - 23rd Mar 2009 11:12am Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: derekdwc]
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Where the Pub formerly known as McCullochs is, which is now Stanleys cask. The new Nags head is a little bit closer to Liscard now. But I do not reccognise any of the pictures ad being McCullochs. I was told that McCulloch had taken over the old Nags head building and made his Pub when the old one moved to the new building.

The top photo and the third photo seem to contradict each other. ONE of them is NOT "The Nags head", OR there were two.

The date on the third seems to say 1798. And as there is a T.V ariel on both the Pub and the chimney back right of the Pub, then we MUST be talking two different buildings between photo 1 and 3. Because both of them stood at the same time. They did not knock either one down to build the other.

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#303704 - 23rd Mar 2009 11:58am Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: Teutonicus]
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The two photos together are the nags head in willaston

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#303953 - 24th Mar 2009 10:19am Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: nestonlad]
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So when did the Pub that became Mc Cullochs now Stanleys cask, became the Nags head? Because the Mc Cullochs/Stanleys cask building is WAY older than 1960, which is what the top picture sais it is.

The only building there is the one that appears to be a shop next to the Pub. Did The Nags head move there until the new Pub was built? Ans WHICH criminal knocked down the origional Nags head, IF that is what the top picture is?

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#304003 - 24th Mar 2009 6:05pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: Teutonicus]
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Stanley's Cask is NOT the Nags Head. They are two different pubs. The "new" Nags Head was knocked down (date unknown) and a new one was built which is further back from the road.

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#304146 - 25th Mar 2009 4:36pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: ]
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I was always told by John (Mc Culloch) that he had taken over the old Nags head. Must be a different John Mc Culloch then.

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#315232 - 4th May 2009 9:52am Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: Teutonicus]
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Jim McCulloch bought the "Nags Head" on Rake Lane in Wallasey.The new "Nags Head was being built next door.Jim was able to open it as a Pub again due to some ancient law about it having been a coaching inn (or something like that)

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#371108 - 6th Dec 2009 2:04pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: Tatey]
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#371111 - 6th Dec 2009 2:30pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: ]
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thanks paulwirral

have you sorted out what the original pic Pub was

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#371115 - 6th Dec 2009 2:37pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: derekdwc]
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thanks paulwirral

have you sorted out what the original pic pub was


No mate, its a puzzler indeed. I am trying to find old photographs of the area of the Royal Oak. When Liscard was rebuilt in the late 1960s to make way for the new town centre maybe the building to the left were demolished and then set back. Without evidence of that I am in the dark.

I don't think there is no clear cut evidence as to the origin that can be proved. Hmm...

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#371128 - 6th Dec 2009 3:32pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: PaulWirral
538 Nags Head, Wallasey Rake Lane, Wallasey, Merseyside

The original Nags Head c1960

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i have seen this picture some where before i'm sure think
i love wallasey History and have a few books here. i will have a good look and see if i can find the picture.

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#371144 - 6th Dec 2009 4:36pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: Tilly]
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Originally Posted By: Tilly
Originally Posted By: PaulWirral
538 Nags Head, Wallasey Rake Lane, Wallasey, Merseyside

The original Nags Head c1960

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i have seen this picture some where before i'm sure think
i love wallasey history and have a few books here. i will have a good look and see if i can find the picture.


If you have Ian Collard's "Wallasey - From Old Photographs" that was published this year then you will find it there (Page 45). It refers to it as the 'Nags Head'. I added this picture to my site last year and also referred to it as the "Nags Head". I hope Mr Collard never followed my error!!

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#386403 - 6th Feb 2010 1:47pm Re: 538 Nags Head, Wallasey [Re: ]
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Apparently the Nags Head is soon to close and be demolished. So says my sources.

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