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December 22, 2013

Old Photos of Pubs in London a Century Ago

These are what London's pubs looked like about 100 years ago.

George & Vulture, City of London

The Grapes, Limehouse

The Green Dragon, Highgate

The Grenadier, Old Barrack Yard

The London Apprentice, Isleworth

Mitre Tavern, Hatton Garden

The Saracen’s Head, Aldgate

The Old Tabard, Borough High St

The Three Compasses, Hornsey

The Vine Tavern, Mile End

The White Hart, Lewisham

The famous buns hanging over the bar at The Widow’s Son, Bow

The World’s End, Chelsea, with the Salvation Army next door

The Angel Inn, Highgate

The Archway Tavern, Highgate

The Bull, Highgate

The Castle, Battersea

The Old Cheshire Cheese, Fleet St

The Old Dick Whittington, Cloth Fair, Smithfield

Fox & Crowns, Highgate

The Fox, Shooter’s Hill


The George, Borough High St

The Albion, Barnesbury

The Anchor, Bankside

(via Spitalfields Life)




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