Monday, April 06, 2009

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Monochrome Monday
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The Tiger Inn, nestling in a valley on the South Downs is the latest casualty of the financial crisis sweeping through Englands rural pubs. It closed last month after three centuries of serving the community. I took this picture last year in happier times.
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14 comments:

  1. What a lovely place and a great photo! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. That is such a tragedy! It looks so charming. SHops are closing right and left in my little town here in France too.

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  3. The epitome of 'old England'...

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  4. Sad - there will be nothing left the way they are wrecking everything.

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  5. that's a beautiful place. pity it closed...

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  6. What a charming place...so sad to it closing after 3 centuries. Great picture. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Beautiful looking pub, it looks timeless in this b&w photo. I'm sorry I'll never get to visit and have a few pints.

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  8. Charming so very old fashioned seeming

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  9. What a wonderful place. I hope they don't let it go to ruin.

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  10. Beautiful building and picture! So sad, that it closed.

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  11. What a beautiful building. Sorry to hear that it's met the same fate like so many others.

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  12. That's a real shame that something so beautiful and full of history had to close. That's a lovely picture of it - it suits the black and white.

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  13. Beautiful picture, such a shame..

    I don't think Country Pubs will ever come back, do you?

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  14. This looks so idyllic and peaceful :) Perfect for monochrome :)

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