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Red Rose

(formerly Edinburgh Castle)

21 St Pauls Square

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed.

About the Pub

Once a Tetley's house and known for most of its life as the Edinburgh Castle. It was renamed after the local radio station in the converted St Pauls church opposite. The pub closed in 2006 and was converted into flats.

The main image shows the pub looking quite smart in later years as the Red Rose.

The second picture shows a rather tired looking Edinburgh Castle with a to let sign visible. The final picture shows the building post closure and used as flats.

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Red Rose

21 St Pauls Square

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53.7627, -2.69321

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Red Rose (Jim Holderness)

Permanently Closed

Red Rose

21 St Pauls Square

Pub Features

  • No Real Ale

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