Telfords Lost Pubs
Telford has grown up quickly, and building have come and gone. Many buildings have disappeared without a murmur, but when pubs go, well that’s different.
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What are your memories of the missing pubs of Telford?
6 thoughts on “Telfords Lost Pubs”
Mickey Fudge in the Dun Cow, Dawley
White horse heath hill baz and sue
So many in Madeley alone..the original Cuckoo Oak, The Prince of Wales (once stood where the traffic island at the bottom of the High Street is) The Royal Oak (now a takeaway I believe), The Three Horseshoes and The Commercial (both knocked down to build the concrete shopping precinct in the 60s), The Anchor (now a funeral home?), The Park Inn…
Wednesday karAoke in the championship jockey Donnington used to be a banging night packed out every week miss it and all the locals that went there
I’d like to see more go and just have them centralised around the Town Centre. That way at least they’d be full. Bit dull going for a night out in an empty pub.
But you don’t drink do you Andy. Just stick to your tax dodging coffee outlets.