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Lowestoft Joseph Conrad

Lowestoft Joseph Conrad

Real Ale is sold here.

32 Station Square, NR32 1BA

grid reference TM 548 928

opened 2013 (16th July)

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(01502) 533270

(01502) 533270

Modern bar set in a former department store which opened in July 2013. This is a busy JD Wetherspoon pub in part of the former Tuttles department store located close to the town's railway station. The pub has large open plan bars on two floors and a small external area for customer seating.

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Footnote

In June 1878, a British steamer, the Mavis, docked at Lowestoft, and a 20-year-old Ukrainian sailor, Jozef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski, set foot for the first time on British soil. Within 10 years he became the only Polish-Ukrainian to gain a Master's certificate in the British Merchant Marine service; but it is not for this that we remember him. The seaman was also known as Joseph Conrad and by 1895, his first novel had been published; soon he became one of the greatest novelists in English with a legacy that includes at least 20 novels and a mass of short stories and essays.

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

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