Publisher: CAMRA Books, 1998.
Hard Cover, 144 pages, 10.25 x 11.50.
The heritage of a nation is captured within its buildings and in this book you'll enjoy a photographic record of a nation's finest pubic houses. Delve deep into the history of the British pub through the interiors which must never be lost, each one unique, stunning to the eye, and yet a place to gather for ordinary citizens.
Many of the pubs have been chosen from the Campaign for Real Ale's national inventory of pub interiuors. All have been photographed by architectural specialist Mark Bolton and described by James Belsey.
It is still possible to enjoy real ale in sight of great craftsmanship and skill. What finer legacy for today's drinkers? Feast your eyes and toast the architects and builders from times past.