Old Barge Pub

The Old Barge is a traditional pub on the banks of the River Lee in Hertford. A little way down the river is where narrow boats (narrow barges  -  now turned into houseboats) tie-up so there is a good chance you will meet some bargees in the pub enjoying a pint real ale and checking their e-mail on the landlord's broadband.

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Uploadet: 11/03/2010
Opdateret: 14/07/2014


Tags: hertford; pub; lee; lea; narrow-boat; barge; old-barge; island; folly
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