An old cable I am not familiar with

snipped-for-privacy@blueyonder.co.uk says...

Wow! Two pubs for a population of around 1900 - which will also include a proportion of under 18 year olds!
Crap TV reception round there, is there?
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In article < snipped-for-privacy@news.eternal-

One appears to have its own brewery!
https://goo.gl/maps/UvYAxjqb5FfFpSg28
It is, or was, a Tetley pub but the other one shows no sign of being owned by a money grabbing pubco, which is a good sign.
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As you said an Airey type house. They were built as in kit form including the wiring. Each socket was radially fed with each cable being having different colour pairs. The braiding was the earth return path.
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