By James MacVeigh
Local writer James MacVeigh takes the reader on a desirable trip via a few of Bristol’s oldest and so much infamous watering holes. He explores their histories and hidden secrets and techniques and tells of the various characters that experience frequented or run the city’s public houses.
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