18 lost pubs of Preston that bring back fond memories

Barely a month goes by without another pub closing in Preston.

Monday, 17th December 2018, 1:08 pm
Updated Monday, 17th December 2018, 2:13 pm
18 lost pubs of Preston that bring back fond memories

Here we look back at some of the city’s long lost watering holes.

The Cross Keys on 160, Moor Lane, Preston was featured in the UCLan Student Guide of 1993
The Clover Inn could be found in Meadow Street and was a local to many students in the city.

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Birley Arms in New Hall Lane, was revamped and turned into solicitors offices.
Another pub to feature in the UCLan Student Guide of 1993 was The Hermon Inn, which could be found in Aqueduct Street
The last drinks were served at the Theatre Hotel on Fishergate one lunchtime in mid October 1987.
The Derby Inn could be found in Ribbleton Lane
The 140 local inns or taverns listed in UCLan Student Guide of 1993 also featured The (new) Prince Consort in Aqueduct Street.
The Maudland Inn, in Pedder Street (31 Ashton Street) Preston
The Old Oak Tree, Marsh Lane, Preston.
Formerly known as the 'Halfway House' the New Hall Lane Tavern closed in 2001
The Queen Adelaide in New Hall Lane closed in 2000
The County Arms was situated on the corner of Deepdale Road and Ribbleton Lane. It was closed in 2006 and later demolished in 2007
The once popular Belle Vue is now the Maya Delikatesy store.
The Fox & Grapes in Ribbleton Lane closed in 2013
The Lovat Road pub closed in 2004
The Egan Street pub was closed in 2001.
The Rosebud closed early in 1988, and was demolished in January 1989.
The Springfield Inn on Bow Lane closed in 1995