Friday, 17 August 2012

County Inn, Wallasey

Lowry's refers to this pub in his  novel; Ultramarine; "The puddles are lying at the foot of the Wallasey sandhills after the rain, the groundsel is growing on the vacant lot by the County Inn. At eleven-thirty Samuel Broster comes smiling out of the bar parlour, tying his apron." (Pg. 133).

The pub remains unidentified as no such pub existed in Wallasey in the late 1920's.

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