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A very ornate and beautiful pub

1952

Trevor recalls on Easy Row, ďI still didnít meet people you could become friendly with, and then I remember we went to a pub by the West End Cinema, called The Woodman, very ornate, beautiful tiled place, absolutely lovely, pulled down now, that was semi-gay. Most of my connections were still probably in the toilets, and being picked up in the bar. This is a strange thing I found out, most of the gay men at that time were not interested in a man of my age (early 20s); at the age I am now (76), Iím not interested in young people, so this could have been the thought of a lot of people in the bars, that they werenít interested in young people.Ē

Contributed by: Trevor Hall, 76

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