List of Waller's Bradford Brewery Ltd. pubs

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Waller's Bradford Brewery Ltd

  • 1. Fleece Hotel, Bank Street, Bradford (Oct. 1863)
  • 2. Hope & Anchor, Market Street, Bradford (June 1864)
  • 3. Punch Bowl, Jacob Street, Bradford (Aug. 1864)
  • 4. Plasterers Arms, Longcroft Place, Bradford (Dec. 1864)
  • 5. Oddfellows Arms, Towngate, Wyke, Bradford (Nov. 1866)
  • 6. Robin Hood, Otley Road/ Dudley Hill, Bradford (Apr. 1868, sold 1920)
  • 7. Prospect Inn, Spink Well, Bradford (June 1869)
  • 8. Wine & Spirit Vaults, known as the Spotted Ox or Laycock’s Vaults, Ivegate, Bradford, previously occupied by Joseph Wood and Peter Laycock (June 1869), later known as the Grosvenor. The brewery was on Millbank.
  • 9. Manor House Inn & brewhouse, Airedale Road, Eccleshill, Bradford (Sept. 1869)
  • 10. Ring o’ Bells, Bolton Road, Bradford (Sept. 1870)
  • 11. Black Swan, Silsbridge Lane/ Thornton Road, Bradford (Sept. 1870)
  • 12. Clock Inn, Church Bank, Bradford ((July 1870)
  • 13. Fox & Goose, Northbrook Street, Bradford (Dec. 1871)
  • 14. Three Pigeons, Silsbridge Lane/ Westend Street, Bradford (March 1872)
  • 15. Beerhouse & brewhouse, Eccleshill Common, Bradford (March 1872)
  • 16. Britannia, George Street/ William Street, Bradford (July 1872). Sold 1914 to the Midland Railway Co.
  • 17. Beerhouse, Westend Street/ Westend Lane, Bradford (Nov. 1872)
  • 18. Bridge Tavern, Bowling Old Lane, Bradford (Dec. 1872)
  • 19. Gardeners Arms, Wapping Road, Bradford (April 1873)
  • 20. Fox & Hounds, North Wing, Bradford (April 1873)
  • 21. Drayton Manor Arms, formerly Queen’s Arms, formerly Royal Standard, Kirkgate/ The Calls, Leeds (Oct. 1873). Later Scotchman Inn and then Scotchman Stores, sold 1931.
  • 22. St. George's Inn, formerly Free Market Hotel & brewhouse, St. George Street, Leeds (Jan. 1874)
  • 23 Boy & Barrel & brewhouse, Northgate, Bradford (Feb. 1874)
  • 24. Manor House or Alma Hotel, Northgate, Bradford (Feb. 1874, sold 1919)
  • 25. London Music Hall, later Bull’s Head, Southgate, Bradford (March 1874)
  • 26. Dusty Miller, Southgate, Bradford (March 1874)
  • 27. Royal Hotel, Wibsey Low Moor, Bradford (Aug. 1874)
  • 28. Gardeners Arms, Little Horton, Bradford (Jan. 1875)
  • 29. Grey Horse, Robert Town, Liversedge (Jan. 1875, sold 1928)
  • 30. Off-licence, Bowling Old Lane, Bradford (April 1875)
  • 31. Royal Standard, Manningham Lane, Bradford (July 1876)
  • 32. Holme Lane Hotel, Tong Road, Bradford (Oct. 1876)
  • 33. New Shed Inn, later Royal Sovereign, Warwick Street/ Penny Oaks, Bradford (Feb. 1877)
  • 34. Washington Hotel, Cropper Lane/ Paradise Street, Bradford (June 1877)
  • 35. Off-licence, 53 Little Horton Lane, Bradford (Aug. 1877)
  • 36. Off-licence, Park Road/ Manchester Road, Bradford (Oct. 1877)
  • 37. Wagon & Horses, Bradford Moor, Bradford (Oct. 1878)
  • 38. Town Well Inn, Idle, Bradford (Nov. 1878, sold 1927)
  • 39. New Inn, Farsley, Pudsey (Dec. 1878)
  • 40. Beerhouse, Fitzwilliam Street, Bradford (Nov. 1879)
  • 41. Parkside Hotel, Parkside Road/ Manchester Road (April 1880)
  • 42. Fox & Hounds, Wainman Street, Shipley (April 1881)
  • 43. Jacobs Well Inn, Kent Street, Bradford (March 1882)
  • 44. Adelphi Inn, Leeds Road, Bradford (May 1882)
  • 45. Bright’s Hotel, Newington Street/ Worthington Road, Bradford (by 1884, sold 1927)
  • 46. Crescent Hotel, Ebor Street, Little Horton, Bradford (by 1884)
  • 47. Bolton Woods Hotel, later Victoria, Livingstone Road, Bradford (by 1884). See: Bolton Woods Hotel, Bradford
  • 48. Ripley Hotel, Ripley Street/ Newby Street, Bradford (by 1884)
  • 49. Rawsons Arms or Full Measure, Westend Street, Bradford (by 1884)
  • 50. Commercial Inn, Bingley Street, Bradford (by 1884)
  • 51. Barracks Tavern, Lumb Lane, Bradford (by 1884)
  • 52. Star Inn, Goose Hill, Bowling, Bradford (by 1884)
  • 53. Masons Arms and brewhouse, Westgate, Otley (by 1884)
  • 54. Old Red Ginn, Bowling Old Lane, Bradford (Sept. 1884)
  • 55. Waterloo Hotel, Bridge Street/ Milton Street, Bradford (Sept. 1884)
  • 56. Oxford Hotel, Rebecca Street/ City Road, Bradford (Jan. 1886)
  • 57. Stone Lion Inn, King Charles Street/ North Wing, Bradford (Jan. 1886)
  • 58. Parry Lane Tavern, Sticker Lane, Bradford (by 1888)
  • 59. Crown Inn, Mulgrave Street/ Crown Street, Bradford (by 1888, sold 1927)
  • 60. Old House at Home, Croft Street/ Nelson Street, Horton, Bradford (Aug. 1888)
  • 61. Thornbury Hotel, Thornbury, Bradford (Nov. 1888)
  • 62. Round Thorn Inn, Thornton Road, Bradford (Jan. 1889)
  • 63. Coach & Horses & brewhouse, Bradford Moor, Bradford (Sept. 1889)
  • 64. Junction Inn, Vicar Lane/ Leeds Road, Bradford (Dec. 1889)
  • 65. Off-licence, 2 Thorncliffe Square, Bradford (Sept. 1891)
  • 66. Queen Hotel, Tong Road, Bradford (March 1892)
  • 67. Weavers Inn, Storrs Hill, Ossett (June 1892, ex- Brunswick Brewery, Leeds)
  • 68. Oddfellows Hall, Richardshaw Lane, Stanningley (Aug. 1892)
  • 69. Prospect Inn, Owlcotes Road, Pudsey (Sept. 1892)
  • 70. Golden Fleece, Priestley Street, Bradford (May 1893)
  • 71. Durham Ox, Westgate, Bradford (June 1894, sold 1928)
  • 72. Off-licence, Melbourne Street, Bradford (June 1896)
  • 73. Station Inn, Canning Street/ Wakefield Road, Bradford (Oct. 1896)
  • 74. Off-licence, Hoxton Street, Girlington, Bradford (Oct.1896)
  • 75. Imperial Hotel, Dudley Hill, Bradford (Oct. 1896)
  • 76. New Inn, Chapel Street/ Victoria Road, Bradford (Feb. 1897)
  • 77. Prince Albert, Low Moor, Bradford (Feb. 1897)
  • 78. White Bear, Bradford Moor, Bradford (July 1897)
  • 79. Off-licence, Cross Bright Street/ Prince Street, Tong, Bradford (Feb. 1898)
  • 80. Branch Hotel, 105 Bradford Road, Shipley (Feb. 1912). Demolished ca.2018. See: Branch Hotel, Shipley
  • 81. Off-licence, Sticker Lane, Bradford (May 1912)
  • 82. Delvers Arms, Bolton Road, Bradford (May 1914, sold 1928 to Bradford Corporation)
  • 83. Hallfield Hotel, Trafalgar Street, Bradford (May 1914)
  • 84. Junction Inn, New Road Side, Wyke, Bradford (May 1814)
  • 85. White Abbey Hotel, White Abbey Road, Bradford (May 1914, sold 1927 to Bradford Corporation)
  • 86. Prospect Inn, Bolton Road (May 1914)
  • 87. Sold the Trafalgar Brewery to the Midland Railway Co. (Sept. 1917)
  • 88. Albion Hotel, Green End, Clayton, Bradford (ex Joseph Hardy Albion Brewery, Bradford, one of two tied houses taken over by Wallers in October 1924)
  • 89. Fire Brigade Inn, 242 Southfield Lane, Great Horton, Bradford (ex Joseph Hardy Albion Brewery, Bradford, one of two tied houses taken over by Wallers in October 1924). See: Fire Brigade Inn, Bradford
  • 90. Queens Hotel, Marine Road Central, Morecambe (owned in the 1890s)
  • 91. Off-licence, Lord Street, Morecambe (owned in the 1890s).