The front snug, The Crown Posada, Newcastle

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    Photo by Bryan Ledgard, 21 March 2011, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. "The Crown Posada was originally called the Crown until a 19th-century owner, a sea captain with a wife in Spain, decided to install a mistress at the inn and add the word Posada, the Spanish for hostelry, to the name. It is a skinny room, with a magnificent pre-Raphaelite stained-glass window and a high moulded ceiling. A long, narrow Victorian mahogany bar links the tiny front panelled snug to the larger sitting area at the back."
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    Link: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_front_snug,_The_Crown_Posada,_Newcastle_(5561741569).jpg
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    Added by: Peter Smith
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