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8th December 2009
wingnut
tonight i went to a pub in town called the wellington for a few cheeky jars, it's between my work and the train station (near here if you must know) so i've walked past it a few times whenever i get a train after work. i always assumed it was an old man/city boy type establishment, and as i don't consider myself either of those i never went inside, however it's just had a refurb and it's actually pretty cool. downstairs the walls are full of different works of art by various graffiti artists, and upstairs the walls are works of art as they've been painted onto directly. the artists were still working on the upstairs pieces, so it was cool to chat to them and see them working away. the night ended with my mate buying the painting on the right of this photo from one of the painters (a guy called toby) so everyone left happy.

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08/12/2009
wingnut
tonight i went to a pub in town called the wellington for a few cheeky jars, it's between my work and the train station (near here if you must know) so i've walked past it a few times whenever i get a train after work. i always assumed it was an old man/city boy type establishment, and as i don't consider myself either of those i never went inside, however it's just had a refurb and it's actually pretty cool. downstairs the walls are full of different works of art by various graffiti artists, and upstairs the walls are works of art as they've been painted onto directly. the artists were still working on the upstairs pieces, so it was cool to chat to them and see them working away. the night ended with my mate buying the painting on the right of this photo from one of the painters (a guy called toby) so everyone left happy.

here's the original