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Report - T J Doyles bar/guest house Sunderland June 2013

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by stranton, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. stranton

    stranton subterranean explorer
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    T J Doyles was a former bar, which had live music and
    guest house with 7 ensuite rooms.
    closed May 2013,
    the owners left very quick so things are much as they were.
    Prior to T J Doyles this used to be The Winston Hotel,
    licensed since the 1980s.
    before that the building was used by Sir James Laing & Sons,
    shipyard managers.
    access wasnt as I thought, hense resulting some serious wounds
    but hey guess thats part of the pastime. :)

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