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Pubs And Clubs Of The 70s And 80s

Brummie27

master brummie
I remember the Outrigger and the Ship Ashore outside the Moor Street station. But what happened to the large metal ship that was attached to the outside. They moved it to Digbeth by the markets but then it vanished. It’s a classic bit of art and it would great if it was back hanging somewhere in the City.
 

Andy Foster

New Member
I remember the Outrigger and the Ship Ashore outside the Moor Street station. But what happened to the large metal ship that was attached to the outside. They moved it to Digbeth by the markets but then it vanished. It’s a classic bit of art and it would great if it was back hanging somewhere in the City.
Yes, I'd like to know where the galleon went. It was a good piece of sculpture, the bets bit of a very plain building. So if anyone does know...
 

RobT

Acemeccanoman
Wasn't there a pub in the Digbeth area, which had coins (pennies?) stuck on the ceiling?
 

Ozbrum

knowlegable brummie
I don't think so, The Outrigger was also called The Ship Ashore and was near Moor Street Station.
I think the Royal George was on the corner of Digbeth.
Think there was a Royal George up past the Barrel in Summer Lane

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