A historic pub interior of regional importance
Listed Status: Not listed53 Tindal Street
Rebuilt 1927-8 Architect W. Norman Twist. A refurbishment in 1988 accounts for the bar back, and probably the counter, in the front right room. Like the room behind it, this has fielded panelling to two-thirds height, an interwar brick fireplace and old fixed seating (above which are bell pushes in the room behind). The left-hand bar has panelling, fireplace and seating from the same era. The sloping bar counter is original as is the Art Deco part-mirrored bar-back fitting.
Very traditional pub rebuilt 1927-8, Architect W. Norman Twist. The left bar has interwar fielded panelling, the original sloping bar counter and an Art Deco part-mirrored bar back fitting. Both the fixed seating and wood-surround fireplace look original, though the latter has modern tiles. The room at the rear right has fielded panelling to two-thirds height, original brick fireplace, fixed seating and bell pushes all round. Similar panelling adorns the front right room and there is another original fireplace but the bar counter looks to be more recent than that in the left hand bar. The pub was subject to a refurbishment in 1988 and the bar back in this room no doubt dates from that time.Read More