Bus Trip for regulars from the

Ne'rgate Pub

 Later to become the World's End Pub

mid-1950s

Annual bus trip for regulars from the Ne'rgate Pub, later to become the World's End Pub, in the High Street, Edinburgh

  Reproduced with acknowledgement to James A Rafferty, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland.                              Photographer not known

 

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   Annual bus trip for regulars from the Ne'rgate Pub, later to become the World's End Pub, in the High Street, Edinburgh

 

Bus Trip for regulars from the

Ne'rgate Pub

Thank you to James A Rafferty for allowing me to reproduce this photo.

James wrote:

Mid-1950s

"Here is a photo that, I think was taken about the mid-1950s .  It shows the regulars from the Ne'rgate Pub, down at the foot of the High Street.  (This pub has been the World's End' for many years now.

The regulars went somewhere on a but trip, once a year.

The owner of the pub was Johnny Rowley.  He is in the fifth row from the front, second right.  My dad,  Adam Rafferty is in the fourth row, extreme right.

Maybe some other readers might recognize  some other folk."

James A Rafferty, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland:  March 10, 2010

James added:

Destination

"I have no idea who took this photo or indeed where it was taken,  All I know is that the regulars would go on a 'drive' every year.

I'm sure it was the September weekend, and there was always a 'box' player on the bus.

James A Rafferty, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland:  March 11, 2010

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