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Roland Slater

5 months ago

Great pub lovely staff

Fred Whitmore

7 months ago

In the quaint town of Sunderland, nestled not far from the breathtaking Roker Sea Front, stands a charming suburban pub that has witnessed the passage of time since 1861. Formerly known as a Cameron's pub, it has become a symbol of community and history. This beloved establishment has captured the hearts of locals and visitors alike, offering a haven of warmth and camaraderie. Legend has it that the pub's long and storied history is laced with intriguing tales. One particular story stands out, captivating the imaginations of those who hear it. It is said that during a stormy night decades ago, a bolt of lightning struck the pub's backyard, narrowly missing the patrons who were seeking refuge under the sturdy roof. But alas, the barman was not as fortunate. Witnesses remember the hair-raising roar of thunder and the blinding flash of light, as the lightning bolt collided with the ground, leaving its mark on both the landscape and the hearts of those present that night. Despite the passage of time, the pub has only grown in popularity and continues to attract a diverse and lively crowd. As one steps through its doors, they are greeted by the nostalgic scent of aged wood, mixed with the comforting aroma of hearty meals warmly prepared in the adjacent kitchen. The gentle creaking of floorboards greets patrons, echoing the many conversations and laughter that have resonated within these walls throughout the years. Here, the locals find solace from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The pub serves as a beacon of community and belonging, where life's triumphs and sorrows are shared among friends and strangers alike. Hardworking shipyard builders, who once frequented the establishment during its early days, have given way to a new generation of patrons, united by their love for this historic watering hole. The pub's continued existence is a testament to the timeless values it upholds – togetherness, conversation, and shared experiences. No matter the era, the walls of this treasured establishment have absorbed countless memories and secrets, whispered in hushed tones over frothy pints of ale. As the sun slowly sets over the nearby seafront, locals and newcomers alike gather at this haven, seeking refuge from the trials and tribulations of life. The pub's walls, echoing with laughter and the clinking of glasses, create an atmosphere that soothes weary souls, forging bonds and creating memories that will last a lifetime. And so, as the suburban pub near Roker Sea Front endures, it holds within its walls the imprints of its rich past, brightening the present, and promising a future filled with warmth, laughter, and the camaraderie of a beloved community. It is here that history, folklore, and humanity merge, creating an enchanting tale that will captivate the hearts of those who stumble upon this hidden gem.

Richie Taylor

8 months ago

Old fashioned pub, no food served here

Gary Kerr

10 months ago

Always liked the Albion, good honest pub. You can't get McEwan's best scotch in many places now and the Albion does a lovely pint of it. Great jukebox too.

Aimee Taylor

1 year ago

Open from 10am to Midnight every day, a PROPER neighborhood pub. Literally every one knows eachother, it's like Cheers. The barstaff were full of chats and jokes too. There's dog biscuits for your 4-legged family members. And the beer tastes great. A game of pool is STILL ONLY 50P!!!!

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