Lancaster has always had a vibrant pub culture. In Georgian times, with sailors landing in the port hell bent on drunken oblivion and revelry, lawyers, traders and even royalty wishing to find a good meal and a bed for the night, the city had to provide a range of establishments to satisfy demand. While some of the inns that were born as the town flourished have disappeared, many do still exist, though sometimes with a change of name, and even location.
- Author: Andrew White
- Binding: paperback
- ISBN: 978-1-874181-28-6
- Pages: 160
- Illustrations: over 100 black and white
- Date of Publication: 25 July 2009
- Dimensions: 243 × 169 mm