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A pub with a nationally important historic interior

This pub is taken from the national inventory of historic pub interiors, CAMRA's pioneering effort to identify and help protect the most important historic pub interiors in the country.

MANCHESTER, GREATER - Weaste, Salford, Coach & Horses

An historic pub interior of national importance

350 Eccles New Road, Weaste, Salford, M5 5NN

Tel: (0161) 736 1203

Website:

Opening Hours: 12-11

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Salford Crescent) and Bus Stop

Listed Status: Grade II

List Entry Number: 1403265

Listing Date: 2012

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Pub closed for some time

Closed: 07/05/2017 Noted as boarded up by branch member.

An intact multi-roomed locals’ pub built in 1913 for the Rochdale & Manor Brewery. The vault occupies the right-hand corner, surrounded by a corridor, off which rooms lead to left and right. First (on the right-hand side entrance) comes the ‘Outdoor Department’ which is an interesting and quite rare survivor, fully equipped with a bench and rising shutters to the servery. Next, the lounge has original fixed seating with bell-pushes. A small smoke room has, like the other rooms, lovely etching in the glass door panel but little else of interest. The corridor itself has a fine black and white quarry-tile floor and a dado of green tiles. The servery has an imposing timber and glass screen. Another three sections of this screen are in the public bar along with old fixed seating with baffles – the fireplace is a replacement. The pub has been well restored since the first edition of this guide. Statutorily listed in January 2012 following a successful application by CAMRA.

Coach & Horses, Weaste, Salford
Lobby Bar