List of Findlay's Brewery Ltd. pubs

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Findlay's houses in Leeds, 1903 (from the Leeds & Yorkshire Mercury)

List of Findlay's Brewery Ltd pubs

  • Kings Head, Shannon Street, Leeds (April 1890)
  • Fleece Inn, Vincent Street, Leeds (acquired Nov. 1897) +
  • Yew Tree Inn, Ellerby Lane, Leeds (June 1898) +
  • Blue Bell, Sardinia Street/ Glasshouse Street (July 1898)
  • George Hotel, Great George Street, Leeds (March 1899)
  • Foundry Inn, Marshall Street, Holbeck, Leeds (May 1899) +
  • City of Mabgate Inn, Mabgate, Leeds (June 1899) +
  • Prince of Wales Feathers, Buslingthorpe Lane, Leeds (Aug. 1899) +
  • Horse & Jockey, York Road, Leeds (Sept. 1899, became Leeds City Brewery Ltd.1911)
  • Craven Heifer, Hunslet Lane, Leeds
  • Nevins Hotel, Goodman Street, Leeds (Feb. 1900) +
  • Moulders Arms, Spark Street/ Dean Street (Jan. 1900)
  • Dyers Arms, Bridge Street, Wakefield (owned in 1886)
  • Golden Fleece, High Street (1903)
  • Black Horse, Lawns Lane (1903)
  • Sir John Falstaff, St Peters Square (1903)
  • Marquis of Granby, Lowerhead Row (1903)
  • Park Hotel, Hyde Park Road (1903)


+ became Albion Brewery (Leeds) Ltd. pubs.