Pubs of Manchester

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Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Blackstock, Upper Brook Street

The Blackstock was a huge, multi-roomed boozer on the corner of Upper Brook Street and Blackstock Street.  These days the pub operates as a computer shop, but as recently as the 1990s it was a Whitbread-tied house offering a couple of real ales [1].  

Blackstock, Upper Brook Street. (c) Google 2011 - View Larger Map.

Despite being in a relatively under-pubbed area, close to thousands of students and hospital works, as well as the Ardwick and Chorlton-on-Medlock estates, the Blackstock has been closed for a over a decade.  At least the building has found a use, unlike the listed yet rotting Plymouth Grove nearby.  There is a photo of the Blackstock by Alan Winfield at Pubs Galore [1].


1 comment:

  1. I lived at no 12 tennyson street my name is Harry Coverley .God what a change now except the shops cant recognise my street .