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Avenue

Great Yarmouth, NR30 4BW

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built by Lacons in 1929, this Mock Tudor pub has much of period interest. the public bar has absorbed the off-sales but...

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Avon Packet

Bristol, BS3 1RF

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built 1843 in a terrace it has a frontage added c.1900 of green and maroon glazed ceramic tiles to the entire ground flo...

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Balham Bowls Club

Balham, SW12 8QX

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built as Balham Club, then Balham Bowls Club (bowling green sold off) this became a pub in 2006 and has a multi-roomed i...

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Barley Mow

London, W1U 6QW

A historic pub interior of national importance

The unique survival here is the pair of small drinking boxes attached to the counter on the left hand side; back in Vict...

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Barley Mow

Builth Wells, LD2 3AH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

18th.century town centre pub that had a refit in the 1930s and still retains some fittings from that period including pa...

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Barley Mow

Portsmouth, PO5 3DE

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The public bar on the right is, curiously, in a single storey flat roof part of the building. The counter could b...

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Barley Mow Inn

Kirk Ireton, DE6 3JP

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A 17th-century stone building with mullioned windows, the Barley Mow became an inn some 200 years ago. The undisturbed l...

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Barlow Arms

Liverpool, L4 4NU

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Victorian bar counter and splendid three-bay bar-back fitting with 'Whisky, Rum, Sherry, Gin, Wines' painted in gold alo...

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Barony Bar

Edinburgh, EH1 3RJ

A historic pub interior of national importance

A relatively small L-shaped, single-bar pub with a luscious interior. Located in an 1804 four-storey tenement, it wraps...

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Bartons Arms

Birmingham, B6 4UP

A historic pub interior of national importance

This is one of the country's most impressive fin-de-siècle pub It dates from 1900-1 and was designed by James & Lister L...

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Bath Hotel

Sheffield: Central, S3 7QL

A historic pub interior of national importance

Managed by the award-winning Thornbridge Brewery, the Bath Hotel occupies the sharp-angled corner of a mid-Victorian ter...

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Beacon Hotel

Sedgley, DY3 1JE

A historic pub interior of national importance

An unspoilt gem of a four-room pub with a still-functioning mid-Victorian tower brewery at the back. Little has changed...

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Beaconsfield

Finsbury Park, N4 1DZ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A down-to-earth pub, which, although opened out, still retains a remarkable amount of Victorian work. Its changes over t...

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Bear

Bedford, MK40 1NN

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

The old pub is the long narrow bar (once two rooms) behind the small front section (a shop until the 1970s). A passage d...

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Bear Inn

Faversham, ME13 7AG

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A good traditional town centre public house. There is a panelled corridor which leads to three rooms on the right, refi...

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Bear Inn

Oxford, OX1 4EH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A small, cosy pub in the centre of Oxford. The Alfred Street entrance leads into a tiny snug which in turn leads to the...

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Beech

LEEDS, LS12 1HX

A historic pub interior of national importance

This three-room, former Melbourne Brewery house, was rebuilt under Pontefract architects Garside & Pennington to designs...

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Beehive

London, N17 9BQ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A fine example of an unspoilt “Brewer’s Tudor” pub, dating from 1927. The public bar has fielded panelling to picture-fr...

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Beehive

Norwich, NR4 7PJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built in 1896, the Beehive was refitted in the 1950s and a good number of features - bar counters, fireplaces, fixed sea...

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Beehive

New Eltham, SE9 2DR

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built 1897 (in colourful plasterwork on the top right hand gable of the building) by Reffell’s Bexley Brewery Ltd. (take...

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Beehive

Earsdon, NE25 0SZ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This late 18th century building became a pub in 1896 and has five small rooms. Service from a substantial servery is via...

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Bell

Waltham St Lawrence, RG10 0JJ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A late medieval dwelling with parts dating back to the fourteenth century. It passed into the hands of the village in 16...

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Bell

Walton-on-the- Hill, KT20 7UJ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Tucked away up a lane in a wood, the pub is basically an appendage to a row of cottages. An old photograph shows how the...

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Bell

Bloxwich, WS3 2JN

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This is an early 20th-century corner-site pub with rooms leading off a central corridor. The door to the public bar bear...

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Bell

Hempton, NR21 7LG

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Two fine old bar counters here, each with a story. The one in the left hand room was moved there from the right hand roo...

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