The Black Horse Pub is another land mark in Preston. It was rebuilt or built in the 1890s.
This is a fine example of a Victorian Pub, it most probably as never changed inside since it was built.
The tiled floors and also the small rooms with photos on the wall of Prestons old pubs most not standing today.
The Black Horse is still a Robinsons pub and they also sell real ale.
Next time your in the town centre pop in for a drink.
Dress Code: Casual.
This pub as bean renovated inside in recent years and is very popular.
This is an Irish pup and John the landlord as owned a few very popular pubs in Preston in the past.
The Guinness and beers are well looked after and they serve food in the lunch time.
The Sun Hotel is another one off the old Victorian buildings and as been a hotel?pub for well over a hundred years now.
Nice to stop and have drink when passing.
Also they have Bed and Breakfast very reasonable.
Dress Code: Casual but not scruffy
Yates were famous for there wine lodges, but this Yates is a very large bar and very busy. it is right in the centre of the city on Church Street.
Its proper name the Grey Horse was Addison's but could have belonged to Yates Wine Lodges.
There famous drink was the red biddy a cheap wine.
Very popular with the young drinkers But still a very old building.
Dress Code: Casual no trainers?
This pup as not changed since I first drank here in the mid sixties.
One off the most famous pubs a most probably the oldest in Preston.
This pub is owned By the brewery Samuel Smiths of Tadcaster.
Dress Code: Casual