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Prince of Wales, No 95, Ecclesall Road South. Later known as Baltimore Diner, Woodstock Diner, Woodstock and Macaw.
s06862
Prince of Wales, No 95, Ecclesall Road South. Later known as Baltimore Diner, Woodstock Diner, Woodstock and Macaw.
s06863
Crosspool Tavern, Manchester Road
s06868
Crosspool Tavern, Manchester Road
s06871
Cross Daggers Inn, No 14, Market Square, Woodhouse. Date over doorway is 1658
s06879
The Red Lion, No 653, London Road at junction of Thirlwell Road. Later became the terminus for horse drawn bus and horse tram service to Heeley. The tram sheds situated just around the corner on Albert Road
s06881
Old Cross Scythes, Derbyshire Lane
s06882
Bell Hagg Inn, Manchester Road
s06883
Bell Hagg Inn and Bell Hagg Quarry, property of Ernest Andrews and Son, Manchester Road
s06885
Bagshawe Arms, Norton Avenue, Hemsworth. Owned by the Bagshawe family. Once a farmhouse, but rebuilt and enlarged in 1829 as a public house. Built with stone from Mawfa Lane Quarries. At the rear is a long room formerly used as a petty sessions court
s06887
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