Pitt Street (15) : South : Vine Tavern
Set back from the street, The stone-built Vine Tavern was a typical early Victorian public house. This image, as can be seen by the styles of the young women in the picture, dates from about 1960 when Rupert Kenworthy or William Lawton held the licence. It was clearly a Barnsley Brewery establishment, selling 'Oakwell Ales'. The Tavern and nearby properties were lost due to the building of the Relief Road and its bridge.
File Number: EGT1123