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Quay Inn

Site of The Quay Inn

Picture source: Clive Schneidau

The Quay Inn was situated on Old Quay Street. This pub closed c.1980 and was subsequently demolished to allow expansion of the dockyard. The above warehouse was built on a triangular plot of land that once contained the pub. A simple building, probably was once two workers cottages. Also known as The Old Quay, it was owned by Plymouth Breweries and also sold groceries to the crews of ships in the docks.

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Name Dates Comments
Terry Dodd 1945 onwards The publican was my uncle, Walter Dodd, as a child we were regular visitors to Teignmouth being my fathers home town. My grandfather worked at the Morgan Giles shipyard and my uncle Melvyn ran the Ship Inn, with another uncle running the Lifeboat Inn.
Other Photos
Date of photo: 1953

Picture source: Clive Schneidau

Date of photo: 1920s

Picture source: Clive Schneidau