|On 1st September, 1919 the pub was sold by its owner,
Mr. F. S. Hooper, at an auction held in the Star & Garter
Hotel. The photographs on this page are from the sale
The pub had two large cellars, a large bar
stretching between the Pipers Row entrance, and entrance
into Horseley Fields. It also had a snug, a smoke room, and
a kitchen, with a range and larder.
There were four bedrooms on the first floor, along with a
sitting room, a large club room, a bathroom, and a toilet.
The second floor contained two bedrooms, and a clothes
The large paved yard, entered by a double gateway from
Pipers Row, was surrounded by several two storey buildings,
containing a brewery, two stables, a coach house, a coal
house, and a malt room with a storeroom above.
The pub survived until 1990, when the remaining buildings
in Pipers Row, and at the western end of Horseley Fields,
The site is now occupied by the bus station.
Plan of the ground floor.