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Wilkes' Head

Eastergate, PO20 3UT

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A 200-year-old brick pub that may have had an off-sales hatch in front of you as you enter i.e. lost. Has a tiny room on...

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William IV

Bletchingley, RH1 4QF

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Country inn built as two cottages in 1850s and still with three little altered small bars despite the attempts of Youngs...

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Winchester

Highgate, N6 5BA

A historic pub interior of national importance

Built in 1881 (architect William B. Brown of Covent Garden) as part of a very distinctive parade of shops with housing...

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Windermere

South Kenton, HA9 8QT

A historic pub interior of national importance

A rare opportunity to see how a typical, large, inter-war suburban pub was planned and fitted out. Of the three bars, th...

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Windmill

Littleworth, RH13 8EJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Old brick and tile hung building with a 1930s (or just post war) flat roof extension of brick on the front right side, w...

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Windsor Castle

Kensington, W8 7AR

A historic pub interior of national importance

A refit in about 1933 created three small rooms in this early nineteenth century building, separated by screens; these d...

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Winning Horse

Claygate, KT10 0JY

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built 1920's by Mann, Crossman & Paulin with a green glazed brick dado and still maintaining its 2 bars and an off sales...

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Witchill Hotel

Barry, CF63 1BD

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Victorian corner pub built in 1891 with some of the most ornate ceiling decoration in a pub in Wales; it still retains a...

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Woodman

Ruislip, HA4 7SE

A historic pub interior of national importance

What is remarkable about the Woodman is that it retains an intact two-room interior dating from about 1959 and with fitt...

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Woodman

Shrewsbury, SY1 2DZ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A brick and half-timbered pub, rebuilt in 1925, with the two shop windows around the jug & bottle door added in the 1960...

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Woodman

Birmingham, B5 5LG

A historic pub interior of national importance

Reopened in 2013 after restoration by sympathetic new owners. Built in 1896-7 for Ansells' Brewery, this is one of the f...

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Woodside Inn

Falkirk, FK1 5QX

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A popular stand-up drinkers' pub built 1898 with a U-shaped original counter that takes up an incredible amount of space...

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Woolpack

Ipswich, IP4 2SH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Splendid four roomed pub with an 18th century brick front to an earlier building. The tiny snug at the front could have...

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Woolpack Inn

Smeeth, TN25 6RX

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Rebuilt by Fremlins of brick in 1937. Although much opened-up, you can clearly see the original plan of a public bar on...

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Wrestlers

Highgate, N6 4AA

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Rebuilt in 1921. Now one L-shaped room, it was originally split into three bars (or two bars and an off sales?) at the f...

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Wyggeston

Burton upon Trent, DE13 0UN

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A Salt's brewery pub of 1904, this has a little altered public bar in a flat roof extension added in the inter-war times...

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Wynnstay Arms

Llanrhaeadr, SY10 0JL

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A hotel built c.1850 in Gothic style whose public bar had a fine refit in the 1950s and is barely changed since. In comm...

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Wynnstay Arms

Llangollen, LL20 8PF

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This is a traditional town hotel with four public rooms including a small unspoilt public bar. Probably built early 18th...

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Yew Tree

Colwall, WR13 6ED

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This old pub was fully refitted in the late 1950s by Cheltenham and Hereford Breweries Ltd, using oak fittings by Worces...

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York

London, N1 8EQ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Late 18th or early 19th century three storey pub with a frontage of c1900 when it was refitted internally. The ground fl...

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Ystalyfera Arms

Ystalyfera, SA9 2BS

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

The Ystalyfera Arms ('Pig') has some unusual pub room names: the lobby has 'Hall' on the door as you enter. On the left,...

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Zetland Hotel

Middlesbrough, TS1 1EH

A historic pub interior of national importance

Currently closed but should re-open Summer 2018. Built c.1860 as a pub-cum-hotel, the real interest here is the spectacu...

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