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Monday, 6 February 2012

Duke of Edinburgh, Mill Street

Duke of Edinburgh, Mill Street, Beswick. (c) Manmates [1].

The Duke of Edinburgh is shown in 1963 as a Walker's pub and in 1971 as a Tetley's house on Mill Street, Beswick.  As late as 1989, this huge corner pub was still serving Tetley's on this once heavily-pubbed street [2].  The last boozer to go was the Bradford / Champagne Charlies / Guvnors.  The Duke of Edinburgh was at 366 Mill Street, which places it just where Mill Street now ends and has made way for Alan Turing Way.

Former location of Duke of Edinburgh, Mill Street. (c) Google 2012. View Larger Map.

2. Ale of Two Cities, Real Ale and Real Pubs in Manchester and Salford, CAMRA (1989).

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