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Days Gone By: Memories from Bramford Road’s Red Lion pub from 1974

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 March 2018

This gang were enjoying themselves at the Red Lion pub in 1974

This gang were enjoying themselves at the Red Lion pub in 1974

The Red Lion pub on Bramford Road will hold fond memories for many - but have we pictured you in our gallery?

Do you remember this gentleman from behind the bar at the Red Lion?Do you remember this gentleman from behind the bar at the Red Lion?

Situated in Bramford Road, the Red Lion Pub has long since been a part of its community.

Who were these two men, pictured at the Red Lion pub on Bramford Road in 1974?Who were these two men, pictured at the Red Lion pub on Bramford Road in 1974?

One night in 1974, one of our photographers headed along to the pub to capture its punters and their festivities.

A lot of laughs have been had at the pubA lot of laughs have been had at the pub

The pub opened in 1800s, before the current building was constructed in the 1930s.

The bar area was busy on this night in 1974The bar area was busy on this night in 1974

This gallery pictures some of the many faces who frequented it in 1974, and show that it was a popular choice for many.

Can you name this group behind the bar in 1974?Can you name this group behind the bar in 1974?

The Red Lion remains open on Bramford Road, just on the outskirts of Ipswich town centre, today.

Cheers!Cheers!

Were you a regular punter at The Red Lion in the 1970s, or is the venue now your local?

A group enjoys a drink at the Red Lion pub in Ipswich in 1974A group enjoys a drink at the Red Lion pub in Ipswich in 1974

Can you spot yourself or anyone you know in these pictures taken from our archives?

To reveal the names of someone in the photographs, or to share your memories of The Red Lion with us, email our picture desk at suffolkpicturedesk@archant.co.uk

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