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Lost Pubs In Whitwick, Leicestershire

Name Year Closed Information

Abbey Inn

1911 Cademan Street. Now demolished.

Beaumont Arms

2009 Market Place.

Blacksmiths Arms

1908 Hall Lane. Now demolished.

Boot Inn

1913 Silver Street.

Castle Inn

1970 Castle Street. Now a private residence.

Cricketers Arms

1908 Leicester Road. Now demolished.

Crown & Cushion

1923 South Street. Now demolished.

Crown & Cushion

2002 Silver Street. Now a private residence.

Duke Of Newcastle

  North Street. Now demolished.

Duke Of York

1929 Leicester Road. Now demolished.

Forest Rock

Leicester Road. 

Foresters Arms

2009 Leicester Road. 

Hastings Arms

1961 Market Place. Now demolished.

Hermitage Inn

1905 Hermitage Road. Now a private residence.

Hermitage Hotel

1967 Hermitage Road. Now demolished and replaced by a private house.

Joiners Arms

  South Street. Now demolished.

Marquis Of Granby

  Cademan Street. Now demolished.

New Inn

1934 Brooks Lane. Now demolished.

Queens Head

  Thornborough Road. Now demolished.

Railway Hotel

  South Street. Built on the site of the Joiners Arms.

Royal George

1913 North Street. Now demolished.

Talbot Inn

1931 Talbot Lane. Now a private residence.

Waggon & Horses

1985 Church Lane. Now demolished.

White Hart

  Dumps Lane. Now a private residence.

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