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Shipwrights Arms 1.91 miles (3.07 km)

London, London Bridge, SE1 2TF

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

By a former entrance lobby is a splendid painted tiled panel of around 1900 showing shipwrights at work and traffic on t...

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Old Red Lion 1.92 miles (3.08 km)

London, Finsbury, EC1V 4NJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

The main interest of this pub, rebuilt in 1899 by prolific pub architects Eedle & Myers, is a tall wood and glass screen...

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Victoria 1.92 miles (3.1 km)

Paddington, W2 2NH

A historic pub interior of national importance

This Fuller’s-owned, corner-site pub has spectacular early fittings. Such was the amount of pub renovation from the end...

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Lamb Tavern 1.95 miles (3.13 km)

London, Gracechurch Street, EC3V 1LR

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Rebuilt in 1880-1 to the designs of Horace Jones, the Lamb is at the heart of Leadenhall Market. The external glazing ha...

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Good Intent 1.96 miles (3.15 km)

Walworth, SE17 2DN

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Rebuilt by Courage in the 1930s, it's a three storey brick building with a little altered interior of three rooms. The s...

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York 2.02 miles (3.25 km)

London, Islington, 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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Charles Lamb 2.03 miles (3.27 km)

London, Islington, N1 8DE

This pub is currently closed (since 27/07/2021)

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Corner pub of early 20th Century construction with two-storeys and a ground floor dado of brown tiles (leaded windows in...

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George 2.07 miles (3.34 km)

London, Bricklayers Arms, SE1 4TR

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A 1930s corner pub in faience and brick, by A E Sewell for Truman's Brewery. It retains large Truman signs and eagles on...

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Angelic 2.09 miles (3.36 km)

London, Barnsbury, N1 0RJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Former Watney Combe Reid Victorian pub. The prominent feature is a ceramic frieze which is displayed both in the...

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Traders Inn 2.15 miles (3.46 km)

St John's Wood, NW8 8EP

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

1839 three-storey ex Watney Combe Reid house. Brown glazed brick on ground floor, render on top two floors. It has a sp...

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Queen Elizabeth 2.15 miles (3.47 km)

Walworth, SE17 2NH

A historic pub interior of national importance

Re-built in 1955 by Watneys, this pub has a rare close to intact post-war interior. The Saloon Bar on the right has subs...

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Crown 2.16 miles (3.47 km)

London, Barnsbury, N1 0EB

A historic pub interior of regional importance

It appears to have been rebuilt in about 1900 and has attractive red-brick and polished, red granite and grey Larvikite...

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Island Queen 2.16 miles (3.47 km)

London, Islington, N1 8BD

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The Island Queen, built in 1851, was altered internally in 1889 and 1897 and, although various partitions around the cen...

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Mitre 2.2 miles (3.55 km)

Paddington, W2 3QH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Despite much wall and screen removal, there is still much of interest to see here, especially in the fine glasswork. Bui...

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Wenlock Arms 2.21 miles (3.55 km)

London, Hoxton, N1 7TA

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Established in 1835, it survived attempts to be converted into housing in 2013 and retains fittings from the late Victor...

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Victoria 2.21 miles (3.55 km)

London, Bricklayers Arms, SE1 4HL

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built 1886 of brick with, on the frontage, a green glazed brick dado with cream glazed brick above and a rendered first...

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Golden Lion 2.22 miles (3.58 km)

London, Camden Town, NW1 0TH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The star feature is the Victorian bar back with a scrolly pediment, bevelled mirrors, a dumb waiter, and lots of good de...

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Camden Head 2.23 miles (3.59 km)

London, Islington, N1 8DY

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built 1899 and subject to a partial restoration by Roderick Gradidge in 1969. The present layout of a single space was o...

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Anchor Tap 2.24 miles (3.6 km)

London, Bermondsey-West, SE1 2LN

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Once the tap for the nearby former Courage Horsleydown brewery, this is now a Sam Smith's house. The main room in the ce...

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Prince Albert 2.29 miles (3.69 km)

London, Camden Town, NW1 0SG

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built in 1843, this pub is a three-storey building of London brick situated on a corner. The bare boarded U-shaped inter...

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Griffin 2.31 miles (3.71 km)

London, Shoreditch, EC2A 4RD

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The Griffin is actually two buildings that have been knocked into one; the older part stretches down Ravey Street and ha...

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Bricklayer's Arms 2.39 miles (3.85 km)

London, Shoreditch, EC2A 3PE

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Three-storey building of yellow brick with a timber ground floor. The three entrance doors indicate it was sub-divided b...

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Kings Head Theatre Pub 2.4 miles (3.86 km)

London, Barnsbury, N1 1QN

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built 1864, a three-storey brick building with a ground floor (maybe added in the 1890’s) including six Ionic columns of...

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Crocker's Folly 2.41 miles (3.88 km)

St John's Wood, NW8 8JR

A historic pub interior of national importance

This pub-cum-hotel, designed by architect C.H. Worley, went up in 1898–9 at the height of the great London pub-building...

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Devonshire Arms 2.41 miles (3.88 km)

London, Camden Town, NW1 8NL

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built in 1927 by Courage; three-storeys with the two top floors of mock-Tudor. Retains fully intact 1960s 'Take Courage'...

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