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Fortune Of War

Picture source: Charlie Goodwin

The Fortune Of War was situated at 184 York Way. This pub has now been demolished.
Source: T C
It was owned by my great great grandfather, Benjamin Nichols when he was the manager of Harrison Barber Horse Slaughterers. The original yard is now a railway depot. He died in the late 1880's, 
Chris Nicholls (December 2012)

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Name Dates Comments
Catherine Beeson 1967/1968 My father, Terence Paul Driscoll, ran this pub for a few years, in the late 1960's. I helped out behind the bar occasionally at weekends (I was aged 12!) I remember the large garden (wilderness) and the friendly atmosphere. My father died in 2005.