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The Junction Inn
Photo CDM, 2014
The Junction Inn, 1 Abbey Street (26 Louise Street).
The pub was built around the 1880s.
It ceased to be pub by 1991 and was converted into retail premises, including a General Store and the Gornal Fryer chip shop.
So named as it stands on the junction of Louise street and Abbey Street.
A rather blurred and distant look at the Junction Inn around 1963
Enlarged from a 1960s postcard
The building on the right hand side was used as a function room. now part of the fish & chip shop.
The entrance door as can be seen on the corner has now been blocked up.
1869, Thomas Guest.
John Marsh, age 41. [Census]
1911, Joseph Tomlinson, licensed victualler aged 35. [Census]
1916-1928, Joseph Tomlinson, beer retailer. [Kelly's Trade Directory]
1939, Clara Tomlinson, licensee, b 2nd October 1881, widow. [Register]
1936-1940, Mrs Clara Tomlinson. [Kelly's Trade Directory]
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