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Thursday, 20 January 2011

Oxford Road Station Bar, Oxford Road

Oxford Road Station, Oxford Road. (c) MEN.

In the '70s before the ugly new frontage was added in the 1990s, this British Rail bar was adjacent to the station entrance.  Situated in what is now just a shop, it offered ample seating in a semi-circular shape with views of platform 4 and beyond through large windows.  Worthington E and draught Guinness was available through "hole in the wall" taps for the thirsty traveller, as well a selection of cans [1].

1. The Manchester Pub Guide, Manchester & Salford City Centres (1975).

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