A pub set up in Swindon's historic Railway Village has become a familiar favourite over the years.

The Glue Pot first opened its doors in 1840 and has become well-known for its cosy interior and range of real ales.

Historic England listed the Emlyn Square site as a Grade II-listed building in 1970 and it is the last remaining pub in the area that dates back to the days of the Great Western Railway works.

Photos from the Adver archive capture relatively recent moments from its past, with snapshots of the 1990s, and 2000s.

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