Barlow Arms

Merseyside - Liverpool

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

62 Barlow Street
Liverpool, Kirkdale
L4 4NU

Tel: None

Nearby Station: Kirkdale

Station Distance: 750m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Kirkdale)

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Victorian bar counter and splendid three-bay bar-back fitting with 'Whisky, Rum, Sherry, Gin, Wines' painted in gold along the top. It has a rare set of cash register handpumps, sadly disused, with a lead tray and also small screen featuring a bunch of grapes. The dado panelling is modern as is the seating. Opened-up to the right. Down a passage is the back bar with a 1960s/1970s counter but another old bar-back fitting of two bays with 'Whisky, Rum, Sherry, Gin, Wines' painted in gold along the top (it has been moved from its original position).

Victorian bar counter and splendid three-bay bar-back fitting with 'Whisky, Rum, Sherry, Gin, Wines' painted in gold along the top. It has a rare set of cash register handpumps, sadly disused, with a lead tray and also small screen featuring a bunch of grapes. The dado panelling is modern as is the seating. Opened-up to the right. with a cast iron and wood surround fireplace. Down a passage is the back bar with a 1960s/1970s counter but another old bar back fitting, two bays with 'Whisky, Rum, Sherry, Gin, Wines' painted in gold along the top which has has been moved from its original position. Vestibule entrance has a letter 'A' above the former door on the right - the sole door has a gilt 'Bar' etched panel.

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