PROPER CHOICE IN NORTH YORKSHIRE PUBS IN 1980

Today I walked to Middlewood, at the end of the Sheffield tram line. There are NO pubs there, just a Sheffield Wednesday training ground. Not that you’d know they trained. So, instead of a dull walk, I’m bringing you the highlights from the 3rd edition of the North Yorkshire Guide to real ale pubs. (thanks… Continue reading PROPER CHOICE IN NORTH YORKSHIRE PUBS IN 1980

1978 AND ALL THAT…

The lovely Alastair Gilmour (meet-and-drink.co.uk) from That Newcastle has been clearing out his files. I used to do a similar clear-out before the Southworths made their tri-annual pilgramage over to collect CAMRA magazines and hangovers; whatever happened to the Southworths ? By the turn of century I had a huge collection of local CAMRA pub… Continue reading 1978 AND ALL THAT…

THROUGH THE KEYHOLE – THE CROWN, BRIGHTSIDE

More for fans of closed railway stations, as Wiki tells me; “Despite the opening of Meadowhall Interchange in 1990, Brightside station remained open until 1995. A limited service had continued in its last three years and the station closed without fanfare with a poster announcing that all remaining trains could be caught at Meadowhall. Not… Continue reading THROUGH THE KEYHOLE – THE CROWN, BRIGHTSIDE