Time gentlemen please! Portsmouth pubs where the pumps have run dry | Nostalgia

The Crystal Palace at Fratton Bridge was the favourite watering hole of many Pompey fans.

Sunday, 12th July 2020, 7:00 pm
The Cumberland Tavern, Eastney Road, September 1977. The News PP325
The Cumberland Tavern, Eastney Road, September 1977. The News PP325

It was once run by Jock Anderson who scored in the 1939 cup final.

In our picture the cyclist has just crossed the bridge and is heading south down Fawcett Road.

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The Crystal Palace at Fratton Bridge.

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The Admiralty Tavern, in Spring Street, Landport, June 1978. The News PP1546
The Swan, Copnor Road, 1979. The News PP5601
The Taswell Arms, Southsea, January 1981. The News PP1557