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Club Seventy Seven


Peter Knowles

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Club Seventy Seven

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Club Seventy Seven


Town End Cafe, aka Club 77 was not a club as such, in fact it wasn’t a club at all; but a back street cafe in a Yorkshire mining town.

The 77 came from the address of the cafe ‘No77’, the club was actually a gang of young teenagers who rode motorcycles and dressed the same, leather jackets, ice blue denim jeans, motorcycle boots with white fisherman’s socks turned down over the tops and white crash helmets with the number 77 on each side, this was how we identified ourselves as members.

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