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    I only noticed ths building today and I've not got a photo, but does anyone know anything about the building that now houses 'Scotts', in Tarleton Street. It looks like a 30's Art Deco picture house in beige brick with a blue zig-zag tile pattern all the way around and above a window on the front is a freize depicting a castle of some sort.
    Does anyone know what it was?


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    Hi ChrisO,
    I know it was a Yate's wine lodge,till the 70's at least, but I can't remember it's name? Ged will probably know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisO View Post
    I only noticed ths building today and I've not got a photo, but does anyone know anything about the building that now houses 'Scotts', in Tarleton Street. It looks like a 30's Art Deco picture house in beige brick with a blue zig-zag tile pattern all the way around and above a window on the front is a freize depicting a castle of some sort.
    Does anyone know what it was?
    Was'nt this 'The Tatler' News theatre, (cinema)??

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    The "Tatler" was on Church st.just round the corner!

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    It was the Conway Castle public house and a picture of the castle still adorns the wall. It might be in the art deco thread but can't remember, but it has been on the guess the location thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    The "Tatler" was on Church st.just round the corner!

    Remember it well. As a young kid I'd go there with a bunch of mates to watch serials and cartoons. Always a bunch of us - safety in numbers against the predatory pedo's that frequented the place. In those days we found them funny - ignorance is bliss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin View Post
    Remember it well. As a young kid I'd go there with a bunch of mates to watch serials and cartoons. Always a bunch of us - safety in numbers against the predatory pedo's that frequented the place. In those days we found them funny - ignorance is bliss.
    Bloody 'ell,
    if only I'd known! There again,as you said,ignorance is/was bliss!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    The "Tatler" was on Church st.just round the corner!
    You'll be right Steveo! Perhaps I was confused coming out of Yates Wine Lodge!!!!! Cheers mate

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