The Railway Hotel, Wealdstone 1964

A cracking piece of footage of The Who from 64 which is worth seeing as much for the shots of the audience as the band itself. See it here.

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  1. dick wyatt says:

    Looks like stills from a utube post. Used to go there when only 14 years of age! Had my first half pint of beer in the Pub above – was about 7 pence ( about 2.5p ) – hated the taste too! Remember a police raid – lights on – pills on the floor! There was a little cubby hole opposite the stage ( best place to sit ). My claim to fame is the top right hand picture, a girl is wearing a striped top which I also owned. It came from C&A and was green, black and white. This was a mod item in 63/64 teamed with raffia shoes and red socks and hipsters from usually carnaby street. A rough raw early mod look for the Casual. This was worn along with a ‘face’ look of mohair/tonic suits with usually a fred perry – red was very sharp. A lot of guys used to travel into Harrow from the west end and further to go to the Railway andwere very apparent by the clothed they wore.

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