List of J. Nimmo & Sons Ltd. pubs

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J. Nimmo & Sons Ltd

  • 1. Anchor Inn, Coxhoe, near Durham
  • 2. Black Boy Inn, Moorsley, near Durham
  • 3. Boyne Inn, Langley Moor, near Durham
  • 4. Bradyll Arms, Kelloe, near Durham
  • 5. Cradoc Arms, Wingate, near Hartlepool
  • 6. Colliery Inn, Castle Eden Colliery
  • 7. Colliery Inn, Ludworth, near Durham
  • 8. Colliery Inn, Sacriston, near Durham
  • 9. Colliery Inn, Shotton, near Sedgefield
  • 10. Colliery Inn, Trimdon Colliery, near Ferryhill
  • 11. Commercial Inn, West Cornforth, near Ferryhill
  • 12. Davy Lamp, Brickgarth, Easington Lane, near Hetton le Hole
  • 13. Edinburgh Arms, Thornley, near Durham
  • 14. Forester’s Arms, Middle Rainton, near Hetton le Hole
  • 15. George Inn, Haswell
  • 16. Golden Lion, Front Street, Hetton le Hole
  • 17. Grey Horse, Trimdon Colliery
  • 18. Greyhound Inn, Kelloe
  • 19. Haswell Tavern, Haswell
  • 20. Jolly Potter, Front Street, Newbottle
  • 21. King’s Head, Easington
  • 22. Lambton Arms, Philadelphia, Houghton le Spring
  • 23. Liberality Tavern, Easington
  • 24. Mason’s Arms, Hall Walk, Easington
  • 25. New Inn, Four Lane Ends, Hetton le Hole
  • 26. Nimmo Hotel, Wheatley Hill, near Durham
  • 27. Plough Inn, Hutton Henry, near Hartlepool
  • 28. Queen’s Head, Ryhope, near Sunderland
  • 29. Roadside Inn, Hartbushes
  • 30. Royal Hotel, High Street, Hartlepool
  • 31. Salvin Arms, King Street, Spennymoor
  • 32. Screenman’s Arms, South Hetton
  • 33. Station Hotel, Castle Eden Colliery
  • 34. Stonebridge Inn, Stonebridge, near Durham
  • 35. Sunderland Bridge Inn, Castle Eden Colliery
  • 36. Thinford Inn, Butcher Race, near Spennymoor
  • 37. Three Horseshoes, Haswell
  • 38. Three Tuns, Blackgate West, Coxhoe
  • 39. Trimdon Grange Inn, Trimdon Grange, near Ferryhill
  • 40. Victoria, Front Street West, Wingate
  • 41. White Hart, Hart, near Hartlepool
  • 42. Wingate Tavern, Wingate Lane, near Hartlepool
  • 43. Talbot Hotel, High Street, Eston
  • 44. Wellington Hotel, Bolckow Street, Eston
  • 45. Castle Eden Inn, Castle Eden
  • 46. Blackhall Rocks Hotel, Blackhall Colliery, near Hartlepool
  • 47. Royal Hotel, Horden
  • 48. Black Diamond, Seaside Lane, Easington Colliery
  • 49. Dawdon Hotel, Dawdon, Seaham Harbour
  • 50. Alma Hotel, Whitby Street, West Hartlepool
  • 51. Central Hotel, Musgrave Street, West Hartlepool
  • 52. Crown Hotel, Hartlepool
  • 53. Punch Bowl, Satley, near Bishop Auckland
  • 54. Royal Hotel, Esplanade, Redcar
  • 55. Crown & Sceptre, High Friar Street, Newcastle
  • 56. Plough Inn, Dipton, near Consett
  • 57. Mitre Inn, Stockton on Tees
  • 58. Moorcock, West End, Guisborough
  • 59. Ship Inn, Low Worsall, near Yarm
  • 60. Hardwick Hotel, Middle Street, Blackhall Colliery
  • 61. Northumberland Arms, South Railway Street, Seaham Harbour*
  • 62. Marlborough Hotel, Marlborough Street, Seaham Harbour*
  • 63. Bradyll Arms, Adolphus Street, Seaham Harbour*
  • 64. Londonderry Arms, South Crescent, Seaham Harbour*
  • 65. Lord Byron, Back North Street, Seaham Harbour*
  • 66. Castlereagh Hotel, Seaham Harbour*
  • 67. New Seaham Inn, Station Road, Seaham Harbour*
  • 68. Station Hotel, Front Street, South Hetton*
  • 69. Havelock Hotel, Nile Street, Sunderland*
  • 70. Commercial, South Hylton, near Sunderland*
            * Former houses of Thomas Chilton, Seaham Harbour
  • 71. Buck Hotel, West Terrace, Great Ayton
  • 72. Bull’s Head, Vaughan Street, North Skelton
  • 73. Lord Roberts Stores, off- licence, Hanson Street, Redcar
  • 74. Eldon Arms, Ferryhill Station
  • 75. Seaton Hotel, Front Street, Seaton Carew, near Hartlepool
  • 76. North Eastern Hotel, Lynn Street, West Hartlepool
  • 77. Bath Hotel, Moor Street, Sunderland (purchased 1900)
  • 78. Bell Hotel, Sunderland Road, Horden (built 1925)
  • 79. High Blue House, near Haswell
  • 80. Stag’s Head, Gibson Street, Newcastle (closed 1965)
  • 81. Dun Cow, Back Eldon Street, Newcastle (closed 1962)
  • 82. Throstle’s Nest, New Shotton, closed & licence transferred to:
  • 83. Royal Arms, Peterlee New Town (built 1954)