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Do you count The Miltons Head Ian

Admiral Duncan

The Corner Pin was actually on Clumber Street ;)

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When Nottingham took in Bulwell, Radford Etc in 1877

The enlarged town(became a city in 1897) the were 570 + public houses some however were "beer houses"(beer only)

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Cheers Carni, I can't recall The Locomotive on Wilford rd.

The Loco was corner of Wilford Rd and Clyde St where my gran lived.

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Thanks Dave, now that looks like a good pub!!, maybe did chip cobs by the looks of that extractor,anyone had some good nights in there?

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I suppose Clyde st. disappeared in the early 70's? Looking at Dave's photo ,to the right..the galvanised has gone up..a sign that Watts demolition was on it's way,configuration a little different, but reminding me of The Robert Peel on Manvers st, Pennyfoot st.

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Hard to believe it was only knocked down in 2000 

 

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I worked at the Stag and Pheasant pub in 1982.  I remember it was run by a husband and wife and unfortunately the husband was very ill.

Did the pub keep running as a pub until demolition?

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9 hours ago, hodg99 said:

Did the pub keep running as a pub until demolition?

 

I believe so. I drove past it quite often in its later days and wondered where its customers came from because there wasn't much housing left in the surrounding area.

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18 hours ago, hodg99 said:

I worked at the Stag and Pheasant pub in 1982.  I remember it was run by a husband and wife and unfortunately the husband was very ill.

Did the pub keep running as a pub until demolition?

In the 80’s it was John and Lorraine Yellop. I was at Forest Fields with John and used to row with him. I lost touch after school but heard through a mutual friend he was terminally ill and running this pub.

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"Stag & Pheasant, first pub I ever went in Christmas Eve 1944 aged 16, ten of us all family walked home along Manvers St.,/ Meadow Lane arm & arm across the road singing carols!

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In 1944 that version of the Stag & Pheasant must've been a fairly new building. It was on the curve of Lower Parliament Street which was only extended down there in the late 30s.

 

There was an earlier version of the S & P which was demolished when Parliament Street went through the area.

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