Gateshead Pubs starting with Q

This is a record of Gateshead pubs starting with Q, 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






Quarryman Arms   


Wrekenton Gateshead 
Rob's Visit: 14/8/03
Rob's Score: 5
Previously called The Dolphin and then Tyroll Arms

1906 Mathias Duffy


As of 2016

Queen's Arms

24 Bridge Street

1844 William Kenmir
1853-58 J. Paley
1865 J. Donald
1879 J. P. McMahon

Queens Head 

16 High Street

1879 T. Garbutt
1934 Stanley Morrison

Queens Head  
  

Birtley   Gateshead 

Rob's Visit: 28/3/04
Rob's Score: 4

1868 William Surtees
1934 Herbert Davidson


Now converted to flats, as part of new housing development

A Plug for a Pal



Queens Head 

229 High Street

1844-53 Peter J. Main
1858 W. Love

Queens Head 


Bottle Bank, Gateshead. Now demolished.

1782-90 R. Smith
1811 Horner

Queens Head

   

66/68 Sodhouse Bank, Sheriff Hill  Gateshead 
Rob's Visit: 6/8/03
Rob's Score: 4

1844 John Patterson
1850 Joseph Withers
1865 M. Patterson
1929-34 Robert Coulson




As of 2016


Queens Head 


Winlaton      Gateshead  
Rob's Visit: 9/5/05
Rob's Score: 5

1897 John Atkinson
1903-05 Elijah Brooks
1909 Thomas Smith
1911-15 James Potts
1918-25 Mrs J. Potts
1931 J. Metcalfe
1934-37 Alex J. Crisp
1939 Edward H. Liddel



As of 2016

Queens Head

Pipewellgate

1782 G. Wilson
1782 Thomas Bell
1790 Corne Dimpfey


Queens Head

Swalwell

1858 E. Bruce
1865 Thomas Myers
1931 John Park
1934 Thomas Clark
1939 Dinah Simpson
Became the Bourgognes...no longer a pub

Queens Hotel

St. James Road

1879 M. Y. Costelloe
1934 Thomas Robinson Knott