This is a short post for David Boshko who was having trouble visualisingthe layout of British pubs.
This is from The Pub and the People and shows the layout of a Bolton pub in the 1930s. Though when I started drinking uin the 1970's, this sort of arrangement was still very common in the North.
Here's a more complex layout from the 1950's (Courtesy of Beer in Britain):
I've just noticed that the cellar is shown as being overground. Bit weird, that. And a very unusually-shaped pub, but it does give a good idea of a multi-room pub with a single srving area.
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