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Selby Road showing The Brown Cow Public House

Selby Road showing The Brown Cow Public House
2000. View of Selby Road showing the entrance to the car park of The Brown Cow public house. The painted pub sign can be seen to the right. The Brown Cow is built of brick and has tall, arched windows. In 2002 it was refurbished and re-opened on 27th May. In conjunction with the refurbishment, a new Travel Inn was built on the old ASDA site at the rear. Guests staying at the Travel Inn can partake of meals at The Brown Cow which, at the present time, has a Big Steak Restaurant.

User Comments:

Peter Gilboy

How times change! In the 1950's (how long ago) on Friday and Saturday nights, the Gent's Room full chock-a-block. If you played fives-and-threes and lost, you lost your seat for the rest of the evening. The best thing was to hold the score board and save your seat. The stake was 1/- a game.

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My Grand parents owned this pub in the 1920's - Edgar Mawson and Isobelle Nelson Movley, my mother, Barbara Jean and her brother Jack Nelson, were both born here. Mum and dad were married at St Mary's opposite.




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