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Cock and Bottle, Tarleton
Date: 1915-1920
Notes: Before the Cock and Bottle was re-roofed. Scales & Sons boot makers shop also in picture.
Submitted by: Jean Cropper

Cock and Bottle, Tarleton - A Thwaites (Blackburn) house

Site of Lord Lilford Pub on Church Rd, Tarleton
Date: Unknown
Notes: Farm at front left is now where the Lord Lilford Public House Stands. Far right is the barn which is now part of Websters.
Submitted by: Mark O'Hanlon

Church Rd, Tarleton

Old Barn Club, Moss Lane
Date: 2004
Notes: Derelict awaiting demolition
Submitted by: Nicola Cubbin

Old Barn Club on Moss Lane

Becconsall Hotel, Station Rd, Hesketh Bank
Date: 2004
Notes: See also 'SAVE THE BECCONSALL'
Submitted by: Nicola Cubbin

Becconsall Hotel, Hesketh Bank
Photos of the demolition of the Becconsall Hotel  

Becconsall Hotel, Station Rd, Hesketh Bank
Date: 1997
Notes: Hesketh Bank Silver Band and the Tetleys Drey outside the Becconsall. See also 'SAVE THE BECCONSALL'
Submitted by: Peter Watkinson

Silver Band and Tetley Drey horses outside the Becconsall Hotel, 1997
Becconsall Hotel, Station Rd, Hesketh Bank
Date: 1915
Notes: The Southport Brewery Co. Ltd occupied "The Becc" at this time. The hotel consisted a bar, vaults, smokeroom, snug, dining room, tea room, billiard room, 2 kitchens, good cellarage, coffee room, 2 sitting rooms, 13 bedrooms and a bathroom. A later fire destroyed the third floor.Outside was a shippon for 2 cows, stabling for 4 horses, a kitchen garden, paddock and bowling green. See also 'SAVE THE BECCONSALL'
Submitted by: Mark O'Hanlon
The Becconsall Hotel
Becconsall Hotel, Broadway, Hesketh Bank
Date: Unknown
Notes: The Becconsall Hotel looking distinctly isolated. From a postcard "Published by John Pickup, Hesketh Lane Post Office Nr Preston" See also 'SAVE THE BECCONSALL'
Submitted by: 'Hair Cut Sir'
The Becconsall Hotel, Station Rd. Hesketh Bank
Bay Horse Inn, Hesketh Bank
Date: Unknown
Notes: The photo is taken from the corner of Becconsall lane looking across to the Bay Horse inn, situated on the corner of Newarth Lane / Station Road. Following the closure of the pub, years later, it was used as a joiners workshop by Hugh Abram before being demolished to be eventually the plot for the bungalow which still stands today.
Submitted by: Peter Ball
The Hesketh Arms, Hesketh Bank
Hesketh Arms, Hesketh Bank
Date: 1915
Notes: Ralph Whitehead was the tenant of the Farm and Fully Licensed Public House known as the Hesketh Arms. The house contained a bar, billiard room, tap room, parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, beer cellar, sitting room, 6 bedrooms, washhouse, milkhouse. The outbuildings included stabling for 14 horses, range, barn, 2 mixing houses, shippon for 20 cows, 2 trap houses, man's room, covered shed, 5 loose boxes, calf kit, pigstyes, weighbridge and office and a 2 roomed cottage.
Submitted by: Mark O'Hanlon
The Hesketh Arms, Hesketh Bank
   
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