Tuesday, 24 May 2011


The Nutshell Pub, Bury-St-Edmonds (Nutshell pub and Geoff Page)
The Nutshell, Bury-St-Edmonds

This Bury St Edmonds pub might be tiny - it measures just 15ft by 7ft - but that hasn't stopped the proprietors packing it to the rafters with curios of a kind not normally found in your local - from a mummified cat to a false leg and an aeroplane propeller. Certified by Guinness World Records as the smallest pub in Britain, the building came into existence as a fruiterer in 1844, before opening as a pub and Museum of Art and Curiosities in 188

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