While we’re on the subject of images from the past, over in the steamy, oily corner of Chasewater, top rail and local historian Chasewaterstuff has dug out a gem. I’ll not comment too much, but I’d be interested to see who remembers this demolished pub fitted out like this. As I’ve said before, not much seems to be recorded of The Railway Tavern, so this is a real find.
I tip my hat to Chasewaterstuff – while you’re over there, do check out his blog, there’s some fantastic stuff.
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