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The Lion Tavern Liverpool

The Lion Tavern Liverpool

The Lion Tavern is a Grade II listed building housing a real ale public house. Up to closing its doors for a refurb it was the city’s longest continuously-open pub in history 180 years in all..It was named after the locomotive that run from Liverpool to Rainhill in the early 1830s built in Leeds It was also used in the 1953 film The Titfield Thunderbolt.

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Photo prise @ Liverpool le 5 avril 2018 (© TERRY KEARNEY / Flickr)

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