A Dawdle in Dawley

 
Dawley is another long established town
 in the old East Shropshire Coalfield, 
now subsumed into the Telford conurbation.
 

It too has had many pubs and beer-houses over the years,
 most have now gone but a number have managed to survive.

Here are a few, recorded on a recent "Dawdle around Dawley".





The Bull's Head,  Dawley Bank.

              





The Wrekin View, Dawley Bank.








The Unicorn, Little Dawley.

                      


                





The Ring O'Bells,  Dawley.


             




The Queen's Head, Dawley.
 

          




The Crown, Dawley.







The Talbot,  Dawley.



         
       






The Three Crowns Inn,  Dawley.


            




The White Horse,  Dawley.

                             




The Church Wicketts, Malinsee.

      





The Foresters Arms,  Horsehay.

Originally "The Craven Arms" (pre 1854).

                      



The Station Inn,  Horsehay.


         



Cheshire Cheese, Doseley.


       





 
Some of the Dawley pubs 

that are now closed, 

R.I.P.



The Lord Hill.





The Queen's Arms.


Demolished and site cleared.  2015



The Queen's Arms, Dawley Bank.


   
Empty and derelict 2016, vandalised and set on fire April 2017



The Red Lion,  Little Dawley. 

Closed approx 2013, awaiting demolition and redevelopment of site, 2016.   

The Red Lion in Holly Road, Little Dawley, Telford, could become 14 flats in a plan by Bromford Housing Association.
Shropshire Star,  January 2017
            

                 
  



The Royal Exchange.



       





All Labour in Vain,  Horsehay.


         

2005




2011, Closed and awaiting its fate.

Site cleared 2015.





A former pub, name unknown?

High St.  Dawley.





Hope for the future--


The Elephant & Castle is being 

renovated.



Pleased to report, 
part of it 

re-opened 
for business, 

December 2011.








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