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|....continually licensed premises in Chester|
and has a few ghosts wafting in and out
of the rooms
ommodation. A potted history of the pub taken from George Borrows' 'Wild Wales' is written on a blackboard in the restaurant.
Dating back to the 11th Century and once a coaching inn. The Pied Bull is the oldest continuously licensed premises in Chester. It has a colourful history and its fair share of ghosts. The cellar is haunted by the ghost of a cellar man from 1609 and two guest rooms are haunted by a chamber maid from 19th Century. In 1533 it was known as Bull Mansion, and a coach and four started to run from here to Birkenhead in 1784. Today it's an oak-beamed town centre pub with rooms. We offer great value food and clean, comfortable and competitively priced accommodation. A potted history of the pub taken from George Borrows' 'Wild Wales' is written on a blackboard in the restaurant.
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......Over the course of millions of years, a bend in LaPrele Creek (originally known as Bridge Creek)
wore away at a wall of solid rock, creating a natural opening.
The creek eventually shifted course through the opening, forming a 30-foot (10 m) high and 50-foot (15 m)
wide arch, today known as
Ayres Natural Bridge. Located about a mile (2 km) south of the Oregon Trail, the Natural Bridge was often
visited by emigrants traveling west. It is considered one of Wyoming's first tourist attractions.
In 1843, a pioneer described it as "a natural bridge of solid rock, over a rapid torrent,
the arch being regular as tho' shaped by art."