Pocket Number 37: The Halfway Inn, Carmel Road, Winch Wen, Swansea

VLUU L110, M110 / Samsung L110, M110Acting on Jason’s instructions I next visited Morris at the Halfway in Winch Wen.

I showed Jason’s picture at the bar and he was immediately recognised cause he’s a regular.  Morris gave the picture a business card but didn’t want his picture taken and so I took one of the bar and featuring Michaela, who has worked at the Halfway for over a decade.

The Halfway is a sizeable pub that’s stood in it’s current form since the 1920s after a fire burned down its ?????????????????????????????????????predecessor. I was told by <-Michaela that it has a particular triangular front roof that was designed by an architect who constructed four similar buildings in Swansea – each with a similar roof and bearing one of the signature symbols of a deck of cards suit.

The Halfway carries the suit of hearts. ❤

Morris sent me to next see Patrick VLUU L110, M110 / Samsung L110, M110at the Bonymaen Inn, in Bonymaen.


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