List of Greenwood Brothers pubs

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Greenwood Brothers

  1. Caledonia Hotel, Caledonia Street, Bradford
  2. Beerhouse, Anngate / Barkerend Road, Bradford (acquired July 1887)
  3. Shamrock Inn, Manchester Road, Bradford +
  4. Unicorn, formerly Hit & Miss, Sticker Lane, Bradford (Nov. 1889) +
  5. Peel Hotel, City Road, Bradford (Aug. 1890) +
  6. Victoria Hotel, Crowther Street, Bradford (Mar. 1891) +
  7. Princess, Duncan Street, Bradford (Apr. 1891, ex- John Cattle, Eastwood Brewery, Keighley)
  8. Albion, College Road, Bradford (June 1894, leasehold) +
  9. Garnett Hotel, Garnett Street, Bradford (Jan. 1895, leasehold) +
  10. Monument Tavern, Bentley Street, Bradford (Jan. 1895, leasehold) +
  11. Lister Hills Arms, Lister Hill Road, Bradford (Jan. 1895, leasehold) +
  12. Joiners Arms, Wood Street, Bradford (Aug. 1895) +
  13. Wood Cottage Inn, High Street, Baildon (Aug. 1895) +
  14. Bradford Arms, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford (Nov. 1895, leasehold) +
  15. Engineers Inn, Leeds Road / Gladstone Place, Bradford (Jan. 1896) +
  16. Duke of Edinburgh, Bolton Road, Bradford (Feb. 1896)
  17. Commercial, Gracechurch Street/ White Abbey Road, Bradford (May 1896) +
  18. Hope & Anchor, Picton Street, Bradford (May 1896) +
  19. New Inn, Idle, Bradford (Sept. 1896)
  20. Bay Horse Inn, Stansfield, near Todmorden (Sept. 1896)
  21. Star Inn, Lower Thomas Street / Castle Street, Bradford (Sept. 1896)
  22. Clarendon Hotel, Clarendon Lane / Bolton Road, Bradford (Sept. 1896)
  23. Kings Head, Upperhead Row, Huddersfield (Sept. 1896)
  24. Old Green Dragon with brewhouse, Westgate / Parliament Street, Wakefield (Nov. 1896). See: Green Dragon, Wakefield
  25. Black Swan, Silver Street, Halifax +
  26. Armstrong’s Hotel, Bradford
  27. Navigation Tavern, Lowlands Road, Mirfield

Greenwood Brothers also owned around 14 off- licence shops.

+ Passed to Boardman’s United Breweries Ltd. in 1896