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Lost Pubs In Seaham, Durham

Name Year Closed Information  
Adam & Eves 1930s The Dene.
Bay Horse 1860s Now demolished.
Blandford Hotel 1990s 13 Blandford Place.
Bottlemakers Arms 1930s 10 Pilot Terrace.
Braddyll Arms 1964 68 Adolphus Street.
Bridge Hotel   33 North Railway Street.
Canterbury Arms 1960s 16 North Railway Street.
Castlereagh Hotel 1990s Vane Terrace.
Duke Of Seaham 30 South Railway Street.
Edinburgh Castle c.1970 12 South Terrace.
Engineers Arms 6 South Terrace.
Foresters Arms 1959 10 North Railway Street. Now demolished.
George   The Avenue.

Golden Lion

2007 Green Street.
Havelock Arms 1860s 27 South Railway Street. 
Inn Between 1860s South Railway Street. 
Kings Arms c.1970 9 North Terrace. Also known as the Kings Crown Inn.
Londonderry Arms c.2006 4 South Crescent. Now used as a Thai restaurant.
Londonderry Hotel 1971 1 Fenwick Terrace.
Marlborough House 1932 7 North Terrace.
Noahs Ark c.2000 1 North Railway Street.
Rose & Crown c.1980 13 Church Street.  
Royal Oak   Pilot Terrace. Now demolished.
Shakespeare Inn 1910 5 North Terrace.
Shepherds Arms 1860s Back North Terrace.
Ship Inn 1910s 5 North Railway Street.
Shipwrights Arms 1860s Back North Terrace.
Station Hotel 39 Marlborough Street. Also known as the Railway. Now demolished.
Vane Arms c.1970 74 Church Street.
Wheatsheaf 1840s North Railway Street.
Wishing Well 4 North Terrace.

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