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Cycling past the Glebe Hotel

Cycling past the Glebe Hotel


Cycling past a living piece of Sydney's past. The Glebe Hotel has been a favourite local pub since 1862. By 1891, it was one of 11 pubs in Outer Glebe. By 1900, it was one of 424 pubs in the City of Sydney - that was one pub for every 264 people! Here is it is pictured on a beautiful summer's day with a jacaranda in bloom.



Comes unframed


All original works are painted on the highest quality Fabriano 100% cotton, 300g/m2 paper with high-grade Winsor & Newton watercolours

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