BURNAGE, a township in Manchester parish, Lancashire; on the river Mersey, adjacent to the Manchester and Sheffield railway, 4 miles S of Manchester. Acres, 658. Real property, £3,741. Pop., 624. Houses, 120.
John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72)
- Burnage Lane, Church of Christ
- St Margaret, Burnage Lane, Church of England
- St Nicholas, Kingsway, Church of England
- St Chad, Mauldeth Road, Church of England, Ladybarn
- Christ Church, Burnage Lane, Congregational
- Christ Church, Parrswood Rd, Congregational
- South Manchester Family Church, Burnage Lane, Family Church
- St Bernard, Burnage Lane, Roman Catholic
- Burnage Lane, Wesleyan Methodist
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