GUESS THE PUB GOES WEST…

….life is peaceful there, in the open air etc etc. Mudgie know the lyrics.

Plenty of open air round our mystery pub.

which isn’t actually accessible by one of the town’s famous train lines, though the mobility scooter might still be running.

One clue for the town, one for the suburb. I know Russ loves the cultural and football clues.

I’d never heard of this pub, despite the high regard (ha !) the local brewery’s beers that dominate the bar are held in.

Quite foody, with specials of “Lamb Bunny Chow” and “Boerie Roll” for the town’s Saffer population. But if you want to see a proper boozer selling their beers I’d head for the A & E in C.

If you’re still stuck, you’ll find the pub name hidden in the title of this band’s first UK Number 1.

20 thoughts on “GUESS THE PUB GOES WEST…

    1. Well done if you were able to read either the bar towels or pump clips.

      I can just about make out “Mustang Black” on the first. now that I know

      A tip of the hat, Sir.

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  1. Found it – I knew the A-ha Number One wasn’t the song everyone knows.

    The brewery was either going to be Felinfoel or the one it actually belongs to.

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  2. D’oh. I’ve been looking in Devonshire, but the football clue was slightly misleading, being in the plural.

    Felinfoel? Not that far west…

    Etu helped me out when I realised that Hemel Hempstead is not the only possessor of one of those.

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      1. An added problem is that for some reason in English “heading west” does not mean the same as “heading to the West Country”, especially if you’re in the North.

        I spent some time looking around Llangollen etc.

        And there are scores of miniature railways…

        It was a nice one.

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  3. “GUESS THE PUB GOES WEST…”

    All the way across the ‘pond’?

    “Plenty of open air round our mystery pub.”

    And fresh ocean/sea/river air by the looks of it. 😉

    “which isn’t actually accessible by one of the town’s famous train lines,”

    That’s Thomas the Tank Engine, innit!

    “I know Russ loves the cultural and football clues.”

    You mock me sir but… well played. 🙂

    “despite the high regard (ha !)”

    That clue went right over my head. 🙂

    “If you’re still stuck, you’ll find the pub name hidden in the title of this band’s first UK Number 1.”

    Look. By the time I get to read your blog I’m usually on my 6th beer (12oz though) and the last half of those are at least 8% or higher. That, combined with the fact I haven’t set foot in the UK since 1981 leaves me out of the running. 😉

    Cheers!

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