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THE ENGINEERS ARMS Baneswell Pubs and Inns, Clubs and Entertainment

E Boz the Landlord

Here begins the story of the Engineers Arms, a strangely sited pub at the top of Bridge Street and East Street, overlooking the railway cutting at the end of the Iron Railway Bridge linking Albert Terrace and Tunnel Terrace. Throughout it's history the Engineers enjoyed the reputation of being Newports most diverse Public House.All aspects of humanity were to found between its yellowing walls. Builders, Barristers, Shop Keepers, Artists, Musicians and many more, content to just sit and watch life as it was. Our story begins, with the era of Dennis and Flo about to come to an end with a manic pile of pennies competion (1980) and the lengthy stewardship of Roger and Diane Boswell to begin. This site will be a large entry covering in detail nearly 20 years of Drinking History in one of the cities best loved hostelries. ENGINEERS CLOSES JANUARY 2009

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