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The Carlisle State Brewery ( Carlisle Brewery ). The government took over and run the brewing, distribution and sale of

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The Carlisle State Brewery ( Carlisle Brewery ). The government took over and run the brewing, distribution and sale of alcohol in three regions of the UK from 1916 until 1973 under the State Management Scheme Pictured is the 4 star 70 bedroomed, fully licensed, Central Hotel, controlled by the Carlisle and District State Management Scheme. Next door is the mid-Victorian, Viaduct Hotel, which was placed on the planning list for change of use to a supermarket and had been in the hands of the Kirk family since the 1880s. 15/07/1969

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Color Black & White
Keywords 1960s,Alcohol,Beer,Brewery,Buildings,Buildings and Structures,Drinking,Hotels,Leisure,Public Houses
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