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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Bricklayers Arms


Hyde has a lot of public houses; I've displayed only a handfull on these pages, yet quite a few old pubs no longer exist.

The Bricklayers Arms at the bottom of Crook Street is one of the latest casualties. I think it is going to be converted into a residential property.

It does have some residents already; there's a birds nest at the top of the drainpipe.

2 comments:

Louise said...

Crook street? You have such interesting place names/ street names around Hyde.

Run Around Paris said...

Wow - I've never seen a building with a window that has been "cement-blocked." What's with that? Here in the states, you would just see some usb board covering the windows - the blocks look extra depressing.

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