Another unusual building this time a Pub. From the outside it looks normal but don’t be fooled. The front wall in effect forms the long side of a flattened triangle. I suspect it was built here because someone realised the railway companies had kindly provided a free back wall and there was a space that no one else wanted.
It has recently been refurbished and now uses both floors. Originally there was only the ground floor which I have been told consisted of a bar with some chairs in front. From photos of the refurbishment it looks like there was also a chair and very small table squashed into a corner.
Here are a couple of photos taken from opposite ends of the new upstairs level which gives you an idea of how narrow a space this fills. Incidentally the original first floor was living space for the person running the pub. It must have been a very small apartment.