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Friday, 16 August 2013

Greenheys Hotel, Vine Street

Greenheys Hotel, Vine Street, Hulme. (c) Bob Potts [1].

The Greenheys Hotel on Vine Street in Hulme was a rarity, a Walker Cain's house.  The Liverpool brewer didn't have too many pubs at this end of the East Lancs Road, but the Greenheys Hotel was a fully licensed house opening in 1853 and lasting until 1964.  Vine Street, which used to run south off Stretford Road, and all surrounding streets, houses, pubs and shops were all obliterated from the map during the 1960s and '70s ill-fated regeneration of Hulme.  The site of the old Greenheys Hotel was somewhere near where the Phoenix Way offices are today, just off the Parkway.

1. The Old Pubs of Hulme & Chorlton-on-Medlock, Bob Potts (1997).

2 comments:

  1. 1944 to 1950s Landlord Alfred Crawshaw & Mary Crawshaw were the owners sign over door "slip in and see Alf"

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  2. I have a flask from late 1800's when T Walton owned it.

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