Junction Street, CARLISLE, CA1 1AA


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Carlisle Cathedral: The Salkeld Screen in the north aisle (detail) 2
Image: © Michael Garlick Taken: 14 Aug 2023
0.04 miles
Charlotte Street Church, Carlisle
Carlisle Christian Fellowship. See
Image: © www fotodiscs4u co uk Taken: 6 Nov 2006
0.04 miles
Carlisle Mail Centre
Opened in 1983, the site has sorting and delivery offices employing 460 people. Mail for the CA and DG postcodes is processed here.
Image: © Rose and Trev Clough Taken: 28 Sep 2008
0.05 miles
Junction Street, Carlisle
Heading west.
Image: © JThomas Taken: 28 May 2016
0.05 miles
Houses on Junction Street
The nearest house is #3: #1 apparently demolished
Image: © Roger Templeman Taken: 7 Jul 2015
0.06 miles
The Knight Inn
Formerly Biddy Mulligans, on Milbourne Street.
Image: © David Rogers Taken: 7 Apr 2009
0.07 miles
Milbourne Street
Devoid of any road markings.
Image: © David Rogers Taken: 7 Apr 2009
0.07 miles
"Milbourne Arms" - December 2016 (3)
For information on this pub, see: Image] .
Image: © The Carlisle Kid Taken: 5 Dec 2016
0.07 miles
"Milbourne Arms" - December 2016 (2)
The Milbourne Street entrance. For information on the "Milbourne Arms", see: Image] .
Image: © The Carlisle Kid Taken: 5 Dec 2016
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"Milbourne Arms" - December 2016 (1)
Of the 18 pubs recorded as trading in Caldewgate between 1894 and the start of the State Management Scheme in 1916, only three still trade - the "Jovial Sailor", the "Joiners Arms" and the "Milbourne Arms". Built in 1852, the "Milbourne Arms" was acquired by the State in August 1916 and sold to Greenall Whitley on 22 May 1973. Known at various times as the "Milbourne Arms Inn" or the "Milbourne Arms Hotel", a photograph dated 1901 shows a brick-built structure, which appears to have been plastered-over at an unrecorded date. Photograph is for record only - I have no connection with this business and cannot advise on its products or services.
Image: © The Carlisle Kid Taken: 5 Dec 2016
0.07 miles
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