We delve into the Chronicle photographic archive to take a trip down memory lane with these Newcastle taverns.
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Newcastle is famed for its vibrant nightlife, and as these photographs show the Toon has been home to thousands of different taverns down the years. We dug into our picture archives to find snaps of old favourites and boozers that have been and gone.
Polished wooden panelling, chandeliers, Massage harriman Bathurst mirrors and an original back bar all hearken back to times gone by, when people sat supping pints of ale in the Victorian snug - which of course, you can still do. The pub developed a reputation as a hang-out for soccer yobs and heavy drinkers, and inthe landlords narrowly escaped a conviction for showing football matches illegally.
The landlords gave up the bar - pictured in our gallery in March - around the start ofand the pub closed.
The Broken Doll stood on Blenheim Street in Newcastle and was known for its live music and very strong beer. The pub is still open bsrs the Groat Market, though these days it is part of the Perdu complex, with a long narrow bar inside and an outside area Newcastle boy bars the alley to one. By the s an accountants had moved in instead - as our shot from October shows.
The Three Bulls Heads was Date a doctor Shepparton fixture of Percy Street, near Bas for many years but was demolished to make way for a shopping centre. Once an impressive bar on the corner of Collingwood Street and Pudding Chare - as seen in our very old photo from the early s - The Wellington is now home to the Revolution chain bar. NE1 1ED. By Michael Brown. Old pictures of Newcastle pubs you might have forgotten - how many do you remember?
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Why am I seeing this? ❶Thank elainew Date of experience: July The Three Bulls Heads was a vars of Percy Street, near Haymarket for many years but was demolished to make way for a shopping centre.
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Located in Newcastle city centre, Blackie Boy in Groat Market, is one Newcasrle the oldest pubs in Newcastle. Also known as the. Another lively pub that generally caters for an older clientele than some of the other Bigg Market establishments. One of Newcastle's older pubs, The Blackie Boy - seen in our picture in - has been around so long that it even reputedly has its own ghost.