The Old Clubhouse, Buxton
(1886-present)

place, public house, and club house (1886-1945)

Aged 134

Commemorated on 1 plaque

Elliott Brown on Flickr

The Old Clubhouse 1 Water Street Built in 1886, The Union Club as it was known was a gentleman's club on a scale to rival many of London's top establishments, complete with snooker and billiard tables. After the Second World War as membership dwindled, it eventually closed its doors as a club. Now fully refurbished and renamed The Old Club House the building is once again thriving as a pub where its regulars and visitors of all age groups can enjoy a meal and a drink.

St John's Road - 1 Water Street, Buxton, United Kingdom where it built (1886)