USED PUB TABLES - PUB TABLES
Used pub tables - Antique queen anne table.
Used Pub Tables
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The search for a cash machine (after my near-brawl with some idiots at King's Cross) meant we ended up in Euston, resulting in me changing plans for eating/drinking. We stayed for a round at The Doric Arch, only for me to then realise they'd stop serving food at 2100, which meant a mad dash back to The Euston Flyer (which is where we'd initially planned to be anyway) where they were still serving.
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Christmas Dinner table at The Albert
The Table for Christmas Dinner, at the Albert, Llandudno, as it used to be. The pub has recently been refurbished (Autumn 2007) and looks a lot different now. I set this one up - for 16 people. This shows 4 places - I have focused on the napkin on the left, and you can see the cracker - taken at 90mm on a Canon EF 90-300, at f/4.5, i got a narrow Depth of Field with the widest aperture i could get. In the background is the nativity scene in the window, and you can see a bottle of Sunrise Merlot acting as a candle holder - its really nice like that. Of course the bottle is empty...! :-)
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