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Golden Eagle

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Greater London Central - London

One star - A pub interior of special national historic interest

Listed Status: Not listed

59 Marylebone Lane
London, Marylebone

Tel: (020) 7935 3228

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Real Ale: Yes

Nearby Station: London Marylebone

Station Distance: 1000m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Marylebone) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

Rebuilt in 1890, the most impressive feature in this pub is the spectacular Victorian bar-back, and it also has a matchboard panelled bar counter and wall panelling on the dado.

This is a small and cosy pub, one of the few remaining old style Marylebone pubs. The three bay Victorian bar-back has good decorative etched mirrors on the left and right, and plainer mirror panels in the middle although the upper section does have in gold lettering the name of the pub, as well as a depiction of the eponymous eagle. Note the two small baffles on the left and right ends of the bar back. The three sided bar counter looks old, and possibly  original, but has been painted deep red as has the dado panelling throughout. There are three external doors so there were originally three bars (or two bars and off-sales), and on each side of the two main doors still in use are capitalled columns.