Pubs of Manchester

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Friday, 16 March 2012

Devonshire, Stockport Road


Devonshire, Stockport Road, Ardwick. (c) Eddie Sinclair at Facebook

Shown as a Wilsons house twice in 1970 and 1971 after a lick of paint, the Devonshire was a grand hotel on the corner of Devonshire Street and Stockport Road in Ardwick.  In the past it was also known as Tommy Brown's Music Hall [1], a Threlfall's house, and the Devonshire was called The Circus for a time before its demolition.


Devonshire, Stockport Road. (c) anneokeefe1@hotmail.com with kind permission.

An evocative shot of the inside of the Devonshire, kindly supplied by Anne O'Keefe, shows it was a big and busy old pub.  The Devonshire was sadly knocked down at some point in the 1990s and has, rather ignominiously, been replaced with a McDonald's.


Former location of the Devonshire, Stockport Road. (c) Eddie Sinclair at Facebook.  

1. www.myspace.com/jimmarshactorsinger/blog/441672677.

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