Yates's in Blackpool, mid-1970's
Yates's in Blackpool, mid-1970's
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Yates's in Blackpool, mid-1970's

Don McPhee

£50.00

Yates’s is Britain’s oldest pub chain, founded as Yates’s Wine Lodge in 1884 in Oldham, Lancashire. Historically, it was a popular destination for elderly and working-class people and it had a particularly strong presence in the north of England, where the Guardian photographer Don McPhee worked. Yates’s was known for its Australian wine and draught beer. From the wine kegs and the cigarette butts scattered on the floor, to the headscarves, flat caps and wide lapels, the photograph is a snapshot of a time that is long gone. Words: Jen Bowey

Specifications

  • Presented on museum-grade C-Type matt photographic paper stock
  • Guaranteed archival quality for 100+ years
  • 30x40cm print size, dimensions include border for easy framing
  • Delivered to your door, supplied unframed
  • Printed in the UK by theprintspace
  • Free UK shipping
  • Global shipping available