Queens ArmsGreen Lane
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Not opening in April
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Traditional pub, Grade II listed at the instigation of the local CAMRA branch. Built in 1828 in as a refreshment stop in readiness for the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, it lays claim to be the world's first railway pub. It was renamed after Queen Victoria visited Salford in 1851. The bar serves a comfortable lounge to the rear, a vault and (across a lobby), a homely parlour. Won local CAMRA branch ‘Neil Richardson’ award for a fine example of a traditional unspoilt pub in 2010 and 2016. Known locally as the 'Top House'.