The lower part of Upper Moss Lane is known as Rolls Crescent today (named, of course, after the Rolls Royce workshop that started the famous name off in Hulme). Shown in 1965 at the archives, the Marlborough Arms stood on the corner with the short Lever Street and was a Manchester Brewery, Walker & Homfray and finally Wilsons house, when it closed in 1967  before the first large-scale and ill-fated regenerated of Hulme. Its location was roughly where Culmington Close is today.
1. The Old Pubs of Hulme and Chorlton-on-Medlock, Bob Potts (1997).