Leeds lost pubs

Old, disused, forgotten and converted pubs
volvojack
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Re: Leeds lost pubs

Postby volvojack » Tue 05 Apr, 2016 10:50 am

buffaloskinner wrote:These two are next to the old Crown cinema

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I spent many happy time in the beech in the 1970s when Stan Dodds was the landlord and also later when John McCormack took it over. Good ale, good company, what more could one ask for ?. Sadly gone for ever.
Gars28
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Re: Leeds lost pubs

Postby Gars28 » Tue 05 Apr, 2016 7:43 pm

volvojack wrote:
buffaloskinner wrote:These two are next to the old Crown cinema

:arrow:
I spent many happy time in the beech in the 1970s when Stan Dodds was the landlord and also later when John McCormack took it over. Good ale, good company, what more could one ask for ?. Sadly gone for ever.
The beech is actually open for business, I was there a few weeks ago, nice decor, all features original except for the loo, friendly bar staff and a nice pint! (Midnight bell when I called)
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uncle mick
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Re: Leeds lost pubs

Postby uncle mick » Sun 05 Jan, 2020 9:31 am

This turned up on Facebook the other day. A glimpse of The Clarendon ( mentioned on page 178 of this thread)
It was at the junction of Water Lane & Victoria Road (The Clarendon is behind the tram)
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