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God it's like a cottage


“In the mid 1960s before they rebuilt , on the front was the station Hotel; roughly in the middle where the line of the Pallasades is now was the . You went down stairs and it was a long white tiled bar, the first time I went I thought ‘God it’s like a cottage’. There were high partitions between the seats; it was like walking down a church aisle between rather high pews to the altar, which was the bar. It was fun in a way as when you turned round you could see who was in, the bar was very ‘cruisy’ but a bit rough sometimes”.

Contributed by: John McGarry, 70

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