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Lost Pubs In Dronfield, Derbyshire

Name Year Closed Information

Blue Bell

c. 1930 Church Street. Now demolished.

Castle

1930s Sheffield Road. Demolished to make way for road widening.

Cricketers Arms

1900s Hill Top.
Green Acres 2007 Green Lane. Also know as the Ash Tree, now used as an Indian restaurant.
Greyhound   51 Sheffield Road. Now used as an Indian restaurant.

Grouse

1930s Sheffield Road. Demolished to make way for road widening.

Horse & Jockey

1930s Sheffield Road. Demolished to make way for road widening.

Hyde Park Inn

  Hilltop Road. Now reopened!!

Ivy Cottage

  High Street. Now demolished.

Masons Arms

1930s Farwater Lane. Replace by a pub of the same name on Chesterfield Road. Now demolished.

Railway Inn

  Mill Lane. Also known as the Tap. Now a private house.

Red Lion

  Publican in 1899 was Joshua Rangeley. Demolished to make way for road widening.

Road Side Inn

  Mill Lane. Now demolished.

Royal Mail Inn

  Sheffield Road.

Sidings

  Mill Lane. Now reopened!!

Sportsman Inn

  Sheffield Road.

Travellers Rest

  Chesterfield Road.

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