Monday, 24 June 2013

Lion and Key

The Lion and Key first opened in in 1817 at the corner of Scale Lane and High Street. Until a few years ago however it was trading under the name of Durty Nelly's (sic). Not surprisingly that enterprise failed (what were they thinking of?) and the pub was bought up and given its original name back and is doing well unlike a lot of pubs not just in Hull but all across the country where twelve pubs are closing every week! The opening of the new swing bridge will no doubt pull in some passing trade.


  1. We have a sports bar (franchised) here called Philsty McNasty's. Stupid name in my opinion, but a popular place.

  2. That name change was just awful! Glad to hear the original name's back. Lovely sign.