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Lost Pubs In Worcester, Worcestershire

Name Date Closed Information  

Alma

  Mill Street. Now demolished and replaced by a school.

Angel Inn

  24 St Johns.

Barley Mow

2009 115 Sidbury Road.

Bear Inn

  Tybridge Street.

Beehive

  28 Tallow Hill.

Bell

  Broad Street.

Berkley Arms

  Bank Street.

Bird In Hand

   

Brewers Arms

  Moor Street.

Bricklayers Arms

  Park Street.

Carpenters Arms

  Cannon Street.

Chapel

  New Street.

Cock

   

Crown Inn

2010 66 Bransford Road. Now reopened!!

Deers Leap

  42 Droitwich Road.

Dolphin

  Angel Place.

Drakes Drum

  Tudor Way.

Duke Of Wellington

  Deansway.

Ewe & Lamb

1960s The Butts.
Farriers Arms Farrier Street.
Foresters Arms Sansome Walk.
Freemasons Arms Carden Street.
Gardeners Arms Bransford Road.
Garibaldi Wylds Lane.

Globe

  Friar Street.

Golden Eagle

   

Golden Hart

6 Sansome Street.

Herefordshire House

Newport Street.

King William

1970s St Pauls Street.

Kings Head

1804 High Street. Demolished and replaced by a market hall.

Kings Head

1910s Bull Ring.

Liverpool Vaults

The Shambles.

Long Stop

  Broad Street.

New Greyhound

  New Street.

New Inn

  George Street.

Oddfellows Arms

  Carden Street.

Old Falcon

   

 

Old Greyhound

  New Street.

Old Peacock

   

Park Tavern

  Little Park Street.

Paul Pry

2007 6 The Butts. Now reopened!!

Pheasant

  New Street.

Plough

  George Street.
Potters Arms St Pauls Street.
Queens Arms Powick Lane.
Red Lion Sidbury.

Royal George

  Tybridge Street.

Salmons Leap

2007 Severn Street. 

Shades Tavern

  Mealcheapen Street. Also used as Worcester's first post office.

Smoke Stack

  81 St Johns.

Star Inn

  38 Bransford Road.

Swan

  Malvern Road.

Tobys Tavern

  9 Sansome Street.

Unicorn Inn

  Broad Street.

Vaults

  Angel Place.
Vulcan St Pauls Street.

Washington Inn

  42 Washington Street.

Western

  Foregate Street.  

York House

  The Moors.  

 

Picture source: Bob Blandford

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