Pubs of Manchester

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Monday, 8 July 2013

Grey Mare, Grey Mare Lane

Grey Mare, Grey Mare Lane, Beswick. (c) D.N. at ManMates Facebook [1].

They Grey Mare was a big corner pub at the old junction of Ashton Old Road and Grey Mare Lane in Beswick, shown above and from another angle, at the ManMates Facebook pages [1].  It's shown here in the 1970s as a Whitbread house, and this photo from 1962 shows the side of the Grey Mare with directions to the city centre to the right, Ashton to the left and Sheffield and Stockport straight on.  

Grey Mare, Grey Mare Lane. (c) Manchester Local Image Collection. Click here to view full (upside down) image [2].

An upside down photo from 1960s at the archive shows a snooker club that used to stand across the road from the Grey Mare.   This from the same year shows the pub at the bottom end of Grey Mare Lane as it was before the building of Alan Turing Way and the new flats that have replaced it.

Former location of Grey Mare, Ashton Old Road. (c) Google 2013. View Larger Map.

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