Pubs of Manchester

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Saturday, 21 April 2012

Worsley Hotel, West Worsley Street

Worsley Hotel, West Worsley Street, Ordsall. (c) Salford Pubs of the 70s at flickr.

The Worsley Hotel was diagonally opposite the Crown Inn on the south east corner of Tatton Street and West Worsley Street.  Fully licensed, the pub was built at a cost of £2,000 by George Lindsay in 1869, but by start of the next century Threlfalls owned the Worsley.  The brewery built new toilets in the yard and converted the upstairs clubroom into bedrooms although them new lavs meant that the bedrooms overlooking the yard were no longer used.  Like almost all the pubs in this northern part of Ordsall, the pub was closed and knocked down in the 1973 to make way for redevelopments [2].

2. Salford Pubs - Part Two: Including Islington, Ordsall Lane and Ordsall, Oldfield Road, Regent Road and Broughton, Neil Richardson (2003).


  1. My Great great Grandfather - John Lord - was landlord at the Worsley hotel from about 1910 to his death in 1916. His son - Frederick Lord (my great uncle) took over and was still there in 1922 - after that the trail has gone cold.

    Martin Waller

  2. I think that my grandfather, William Cole, was the landlord sometime between 1922 and the start/end of WW2.

    1. My Grandma Stewart had the grocers shop on the corner

    2. My Great, great grandmother Margaret Lord was landlady. She died in 1922. John Lord was her third husband. My great great grandfather Henry J Hagger was her second.