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    Here's one pub that looks like it's re-opened,the "Jolly's" in Marsh lane,which I took as I was driving by!

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    Says To Let on it.. Wonder if thats' just upstairs... ??? Looks nice..and I like that name...

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    Got a shock to see The Greeky (corner of Greek St and London Rd) has been demolished. Don't know why it looked in good order the last time I saw it.
    But I haven't drank in London Rd for a while and I don't know who does, so it might just be a casualty of modern times.

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    Joe.. This is a super nice looking pub.. I love the building.. So well kept that corner.. I would love to own that.. and live on top.. just so cool.. thanks for posting it...


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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    Here's one pub that looks like it's re-opened,the "Jolly's" in Marsh lane,which I took as I was driving by!
    'Allegedly' driving by!!!
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    The Wellington, Edge Lane is to re-open soon. It has new, large entrance doors, so maybe it's not going to be a pub?

    The Hollow, Mill Street was demolished this week. It hadn't been a pub for the past few years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronijayne View Post
    'Allegedly' driving by!!!

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    There are quite a few former pubs being used as something else now. I don't see many re-opening as corner pubs for local residents anymore. I do believe the Jubilee in Litherland is to close after the world cup final for refurb and re-opening as we're booked to play at it.
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    The Mersey View,on Bridge St ,Birkenhead

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    The Swinging Arm,on Church St, Birkenhead
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    Cool pics, GD. Is the swinging arm still a rock pub ?

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    Yep..cool pics. The Mersey View did a nice plate of scouse last year - my wife hadn't seen that before....

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouse smurf View Post
    Cool pics, GD. Is the swinging arm still a rock pub ?
    Yes Smurf,there are plans to move the stage to where the bar is and vice versa
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    The Ashdale inn on Earle Rd,Youngers ale established in 1749 according to the sign

    The Boundary on Smithdown Rd

    The Earl Marshall on Earle Rd

    The Grosvenor pub on Grosvenor St,closed.

    The Salisbury pub on Lawrence Rd for sale

    The Earle pub on Earle Rd , built 1885, closed

    The Spofforth pub on Spofforth St being refitted as bedsits
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    Great pic's Joe,but I'd have my doubts about the Ashdale Inn......1749?

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    I thought the same myself, Found out it`s Younger`s ale from 1749
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    I thought the same myself, Found out it`s Younger`s ale from 1749
    Was that after you drank some!!!

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    Funny enough I did have half of Tetleys bitter in there (it was a hot day) the inside is very old world type of bar
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    I only just noticted today that this pub has gone !! When did it become a betting shop !! ?
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    A very sad sight to see the Cabbage Hall like this.

    Just having a little rant here, but it was always the 'better' pub of Anfield, and in days gone by was quite select. I remember when (apart from busy match days) the regular customers were older couples having a quiet drink, and the type that had their seats in the same place .. heaven forbid if you sat in anyones place ! It was the pub that your aunty and uncle went to, or your grandad with his pipe and newspaper.
    It was the pub you'd take visitors to for a drink locally - the other local pubs being more 'rough around the edges' - the Cabbage was always a nice pub.
    During the last few years it started to go.. shall we say a bit more down market - ie, the usual thing happened - which has happened all over Liverpool - that riff raff got in there and gradually started to ruin a nice pub. I've seen it happen to so many places.
    Anyway, to see the Cabbage Hall tinned up like this is unthinkable to Anfield residents. People have lived here for generations and it's never been known for that pub to be closed down.
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    Perhaps this tin is a sign that the placed has been moth-balled and not set for destruction.

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    They had framed old pics of liverpool up on the walls inside too.
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    When my father-in-law finally pops his clogs (he's 81) we expected to have his wake at The Cabbage, as his family have always done.
    Dunno where we'll go now. He was here last week and told me about The Cabbage. I nearly blurted out 'that's your wake up the swanee, then'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin View Post
    When my father-in-law finally pops his clogs (he's 81) we expected to have his wake at The Cabbage, as his family have always done.
    Dunno where we'll go now. He was here last week and told me about The Cabbage. I nearly blurted out 'that's your wake up the swanee, then'.
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    And I thought they were renovating it
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    Now a betting shop. Fancy allowing that - the dopes.
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    Any pics of the Bevington Bush? I know it is long gone
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