A historic pub interior of some regional importance
Listed Status: Not listed9 Baker Street
The excellent frontage advertises Woodhams Brewery of Rochester and has etched and frosted windows. In the bare, boarded bar are a 1930s sloping panelled counter and panelled walls to picture frame height. The bar-back seems to be from the 1930s with plain mirrors in the upper part. The pub was knocked through to the small left area in around 1990 (formerly living quarters) so here the panelling, brick fireplace and fixed seating are modern.
Has an excellent Woodham’s Brewery of Rochester frontage (they were taken over by Styles & Winch in 1918). Bare boarded bar with 1930s sloping to you panelled counter. Panelled walls to picture frame height. Bar back looks 1930s with plain mirrors in upper part, columns holding up shelving and lower shelving intact - rare! Good ‘Public Bar’ etched and frosted exterior windows. Knocked through to small left area in around 1990 so panelling, brick fireplace and fixed seating here is modern. It was living quarters until 1990. Through doorway on the right is a bar with modern fittings – two different levels, carpet. Window at rear has a ‘Jug & Bottle’ etched panel. Wooden floor nearby indicates off sales and public bar amalagamated in recent yearsRead More