VictoriaSt Johns Street
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A fine Edwardian multi-roomed gem featuring much original woodwork and tiling. Note the sash windows around the central horseshoe bar, the small separate snug, and the darts room with latticed seating. Large outdoor area to the rear with moorland views. Lancashire, Yorkshire and Lakeland beers predominant. Meeting place for numerous local societies from running and cycling to chess and vegetable growing. A varying cider is sold in the summer months. Adjacent disused railway joins up with the Leeds Liverpool canal making it an excellent destination for walkers and cyclists.