Gateshead Pubs starting with E

This is a record of Gateshead pubs starting with E, that has ever been, as best as is known.
It's open if the name is in red, 
Go get a pint, with a frothy head. 
If its name is in brown, 
It's gone..brown bread...dead
If the name's been changed
It's in a blue hue
And the new name
Is provided to you









Eagle

7 Mulgrave Tce

1915-18 R. Deuchar Ltd


Eagle    


Leam Lane Gateshead 

Rob's Visit: 18/1/04
Rob's Score: 2


Earl Grey

224 High Street, Gateshead

1838-44 Richard Petch

Earl Grey

Mirk Lane

1915 W. Stephenson

Edinburgh Castle

41 Bottle Bank

1850-55 T. Hogg

Elephant Inn

Swalwell

1855 Thomas Arthur
1858 W. Wallace
1865 John Dagleas
1894-97 Mrs Ann Cook
1903-05 James Smiles
1931 John Grey
1934-39 Robert Wilson

Elephant On The Tyne 


Riverside,
East Gateshead
Rob's Visit: 20/6/04
Rob's Score: 8
Now called Rivers Edge Hotel


The Ellison family were Lords of the Manor from 1730-1857. The best known member of the family was Cuthbert Ellison (1783-1860), M.P. for Newcastle from 1812 to 1830. Lots of pubs called Ellison Arms


Ellison Arms

Heworth Shore

1855 Charles Stephenson

Ellison Arms

Rabbit Banks

1853-55 J. McIntyre

Ellison Arms

18 Ellison Street

1850-55 Sarah Atkinson
1865 Robert Hall

Ellison Arms

Pipewellgate, Gateshead

1858 M. Hailes


Ellison Arms

164 High Street

1915-18 P. G. Oliver
1934 Joseph Robert Robson

Ellison Arms

Trinity Street/Park Lane, Gateshead

1915-18 James Deuchar Ltd
1934 Robert Chisholm

Ellison's Arms

19 Ellison's Street

1830 - 38 Sarah Atkinson
1858 L. Hull

Engine (aka Steam Engine, Old Engine)

Corner Durham Road/Engine Lane
Low Fell

1827 Richard Harker
1848 James Arkles
1851-8 Thomas Robson
 

Engine House

Windy Nook
1855 Thomas Arthur

Engine Room

Eighton Banks

Formerly Lambton Arms

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Eslington

Derwentwater Road area??