Saturday, 4 February 2012

The York Station Tea Room in 1907 (Now the York Tap)

The York Tap is probably one of my favourite pubs in the world. Situated on the platform at York Station, the building originally the opened as the station's tea rooms in November 1907. I wrote a  piece about the 'Tap' on the main Turnip Rail Blog late last year after my first visit, but I thought I would just share again the photos that I found of the building on opening.


  1. The You are able to Tap is probably one of my preferred night clubs on the planet. Located on the foundation at You are able to Place.

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  2. Further to my tweet to you yesterday, I will say that one of the coffee shops in Hull Paragon Station have retained some of the beautiful Art Nouveau stained glass; it's just a pity that they wont allow me to photograph it.