The pub shut up shop over a decade ago and has been empty ever since.
Now the place clearly struck a chord with many people because the story posted a fortnight ago which reported on the appearance of scaffolding was read by 2,600 people in just a few days.*
There were those who lamented the loss of another pub from their past and those who while expressing sadness at its closure could see how the new development would be better than an empty building.
And now that debate all seems a tad academic. Andy Robertson who took the earlier pictures of the pub with its scaffolding went back yesterday to discover work is well underway to reduce it to a pile of rubble.
And by now it may well have just become a hole in the ground, all of which just leaves that appeal for anyone with pictures, stories or memories of the pub to share them.
In the meantime there are a few other stories of the place which might spark some interest.**
Pictures; the Waggon & Horses, April 27 from the collection of Andy Robertson
*So it’s goodbye to the Waggon and Horses in Sale ..... closed for a decade and soon to be a hole in the ground, http://chorltonhistory.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/so-its-goodbye