Difference between revisions of "List of McQuat Ltd pubs"

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* Prince of Wales, Marsh Lane, Leeds (1903)
 
* Prince of Wales, Marsh Lane, Leeds (1903)
 
* Central Market Hotel, Central Road/ Duncan Street, Leeds (Dec. 1903)
 
* Central Market Hotel, Central Road/ Duncan Street, Leeds (Dec. 1903)
* Old George Inn, Meadow Lane, Leeds (June 1915, ex- Musgrave & Sagar Ltd., Leeds)
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* Old George Inn, Meadow Lane, Leeds (June 1915, ex- [[Musgrave & Sagar Ltd]], Leeds). A former brew-pub. See: [[Old George (Leeds)]]
 
* Union Tavern, Meadow Lane, Leeds (Jan. 1918)
 
* Union Tavern, Meadow Lane, Leeds (Jan. 1918)
 
* Prince Albert with brewhouse, Hunslet Road, Leeds (May 1918)
 
* Prince Albert with brewhouse, Hunslet Road, Leeds (May 1918)
 
* Eagle Hotel, formerly Ordnance Arms, with brewhouse, North Street, Leeds (April 1922)
 
* Eagle Hotel, formerly Ordnance Arms, with brewhouse, North Street, Leeds (April 1922)

Revision as of 08:47, 22 May 2020

List of McQuat Ltd pubs

  • Old Red Lion, Meadow Lane, Leeds (acquired Dec. 1882)
  • Junction Inn, West Street/ Wellington Street, Leeds (1892)
  • Spotted Dog with brewhouse, Church Street, Hunslet (March 1894)
  • General Elliott, Vicar Lane, Leeds (April 1895)
  • Prince of Wales, Marsh Lane, Leeds (1903)
  • Central Market Hotel, Central Road/ Duncan Street, Leeds (Dec. 1903)
  • Old George Inn, Meadow Lane, Leeds (June 1915, ex- Musgrave & Sagar Ltd, Leeds). A former brew-pub. See: Old George (Leeds)
  • Union Tavern, Meadow Lane, Leeds (Jan. 1918)
  • Prince Albert with brewhouse, Hunslet Road, Leeds (May 1918)
  • Eagle Hotel, formerly Ordnance Arms, with brewhouse, North Street, Leeds (April 1922)