« back to gallery

MY BRITISH ARCHIVE, THE WAY WE WERE 1968-1983

Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne. 1973<br />
Table service, a barmaid takes around a trap of  pints of beer and bottles of Newcastle Brown Ale.  Newcastle Brown was a working mans beer, associated with the North East and heavy industry, a staple on a night out on the town or down at working men’s club.
Share
twitterlinkedinfacebook
BRITISH SOCIETY 1970S AND 1980S UK THE WAY WE WERE.
Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne. 1973
Table service, a barmaid takes around a trap of pints of beer and bottles of Newcastle Brown Ale. Newcastle Brown was a working mans beer, associated with the North East and heavy industry, a staple on a night out on the town or down at working men’s club.

Filename: WORKING MENS CLUB 1970's WOMAN SERVING A TRAY OF DRINKS BYKER & ST PETERS NEW SCAN 005.jpg
Size: 5197x3452 / 9.9MB
From gallery: MY BRITISH ARCHIVE, THE WAY WE WERE 1968-1983
Source:
Date: 24 Aug 2006
Location:
Credit: Homer Sykes
Copyright:
Model Release: No
Property Release: No
Restrictions:
Direct Link:
Keywords:
  • Bar maid
  • Byker & St Peters
  • Working Mens Club
  • Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Tyne and Wear
  • northern England
  • 1970s
  • 70s
  • Archive stock
  • barmaid
  • working class
  • British Society
  • drinking
  • working
  • low pay
  • evening
  • entertainment
  • beer
  • Newcastle Brown Ale

Only search this gallery