Pubs of Manchester

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Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Peel Hall, Peel Hall Road

Peel Hall, Peel Hall Road, Peel Hall, Wythenshawe. (c) D.N. at ManMates Facebook [1].

The Peel Hall is the last of the lost Wythenshawe estate pubs to cover, and like the BenchillSharstonRoyal Thorn and Royal Oak, it has also been lost without a trace.  Thanks to the fantastic ManMates Facebook page [1] we have two views of the Peel Hall, in what looks like the 1980s.

Peel Hall, Peel Hall Road, Peel Hall. (c) D.N. at ManMates Facebook [1].

The Peel Hall was a huge, multi-roomed Tetley's house next to the Peel Hall Road shops, and was demolished in  about 2003 [2].  New flats have since been built on the site of the Peel Hall, leaving the Tudor as the only Peel Hall pub open these days.

Former location of Peel Hall, Peel Hall Road. (c) Google 2013. View Larger Map.

3 comments:

  1. As a kid in the 70's my late mum once knicked some of the glasses outside off the wall. She shoved them under my brother and sisters trolley. We mustn't of had any at home as we were pretty skint. Lol

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  2. my dad used to drink there in the early 60s to mid early 70s i too used to drink there to it was a great pub in my eyes .

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  3. my dad used to drink there in the early 60s to mid early 70s i too used to drink there to it was a great pub in my eyes .

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