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Angel and White Horse
« on: Jul 25 - 2015 »
The original pub sign is now hanging in a pub called White Horse in Seattle!.

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Re: Angel and White Horse
« Reply #1 on: Jul 25 - 2015 »
The original pub sign is now hanging in a pub called White Horse in Seattle!.

Liberate it and return it whence it came!   0-)

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Re: Angel and White Horse
« Reply #2 on: Jul 26 - 2015 »
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Re: Angel and White Horse
« Reply #3 on: Aug 4 - 2015 »
Interesting stuff. Often wondered what the brewery did with all the old signs ? Reuse them or sell them ? As quite a few SS pubs have changed their names in recent years.

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Re: Angel and White Horse
« Reply #4 on: Aug 4 - 2015 »
I'm sure Humphrey will be paying tax on his profit from selling any spare goods he has on EBay or other such auction sites he frequents. Maybe Humphrey can pay a visit to the Old Hall at Heckmondwike and spend the money on refurbishing/recovering the seats.  The pub was in a great setting but you felt like wiping your trousers down after walking out of the pub.  Is it too much to ask for a deep clean every now and again?