Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Shrewsbury  is the county town of Shropshire, in the West Midlands region of England, lying on the River Severn. Select pictures for a larger view.

Armoury, ShrewsburyStart at the Armoury. SY1 1HH. Victoria Avenue. The pub is close to the Welsh bridge where boat trips are available hourly. It started life as an Armoury  in the late 18th century, although it originally wasn’t situated on its present site at all. The whole building was moved lock, stock and barrel  in 1922, from the Armoury Gardens.It has served various purposes in its life, having most recently been a bakery. The pub opens at noon and serves food all day. As soon as you have read all the books, it is time to move on. Free Wifi and a good range of ales.
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Turn right out of the pub and follow the road alongside the river to reach the Salopean.

The Salopian

Salopean, Shrewsbury
Smithfield Road, SY1 1PW Open from 11:30 daily, Sundays from 11am.

A Camra real ale style pub offerering a fine selection of real ales, Belgian beers and ciders. Ever tried strawberry flavoured beer? Free Wifi, no food, but lots of interesting beers.
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Retrace your steps almost back to the Welsh bridge to turn left into Mardol.Follow to the top and where the road turns into Claremont Street cross the open area into Mardol Head. Turn left and follow the road round into the High Street. Continue along the high street and soon turn left into Grope Lane to reach Fish Street. Turn right and you will see the Three Fishes on your right.

Three Fishes, ShrewsburyNext is The Three Fishes

Fish Street.  SY1 1UR.  Open Mon-Thur  1130-1500 & 1700-2300.  Fri&Sat 1130-2300.  Sundays   1200-2230

A 16th Century Tudor timber establishment serving well kept real ales. Food is served:Mon-Sat 1200-1415 & 1800-2030 
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Retrace your steps passing Grope Lane, follow the road round and turn left into Church Street. At the end of Church Street turn left into St Mary's street and walk along to turn right into St Mary's Place.

The Yorkshire House

Yorkshire House, Shrewsbury

St. Mary's Place. SY1 1DX.  Open from 11am daily. Sundays from 7pm

Tucked away in the shadow of St Mary's church, the bar with its low ceiling and late 17th century panelling contains artefacts which are best seen first hand. If you're into rock music, you may well appreciate this pub! Another of Shrewsbury's pubs which is allegedly haunted. Once owned by the Wrekin Brewery of Wellington. Noisy in the evening, quite normal lunchtimes. Wifi.
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