Pubs of Manchester

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Monday, 6 May 2013

Globe, Monsall Street

Globe, Monsall Street, Monsall. (c) Manchester Local Image Collection. Click here to view full image.

The Globe opened on Monsall Street as a beerhouse in 1865 and was taken on by Threlfalls, eventually being granted its full licence in 1962 [1].  Around this time the Globe passed to Whitbread as the smaller brewery was taken over by the national giant, as shown in 1968, 1971, and from its better side also in 1971 (note the Mackeson - a Whitbread brand - truck unloading the traditional wooden beer barrels).  The Globe gets a mention in the London Gazette in 1880 in John Evitt's bankruptcy case.  This chap lived at the Clarence Inn, Slater Street whilst also working here at the Globe and at the Kings Arms, Whitley Street [2].  The Globe only survived until 1975 when it was closed and pulled down for redevelopment of Monsall into the modern day estate [1].

Globe, Monsall Street. (c) London Gazette.

1. The Old Pubs of Rochdale Road and neighbourhood Manchester, Bob Potts (1985).

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