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    Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of Penge, Kent / Surrey

    Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Penge, Kent . The Penge, Kent listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

    Here is the wiki on whether Penge is in Surrey or Kent - plus see the Beckenham history site. It starts life as part of Battersea, a london suburb by 1896. In 1899 Penge becomes part of Kent. Sometime after 1922 it becomes part of Beckenham

    Penge & Anerley 1911 pub history census summary

    Premises Pic? Text?
    Alexandra Tavern, 163 Parish Lane, Penge SE20 Yes Yes
    Anchor, 68 Hawthorne Grove, Penge Yes Yes
    Brunswick Hotel, 1 Anerley Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Crooked Billet, 99 Beckenham Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Crown / Maple Tree, 54 Maple Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Dewdrop, 203 - 205 Maple road, Penge Yes Yes
    Duke Of Edinburgh, 29 Arpley Road, Penge No Yes
    General Jackson, 48 Oakfield road, Penge Yes Yes
    General Simpson,  54 Hawthorne Grove, Penge Yes Yes
    Golden Lion, 61 Maple Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Goldsmiths Arms, 3 Croydon Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Hop Pole, 69 Woodbine grove, Penge No Yes
    Imperial Crown, 38 Woodbine grove, Penge No Yes
    Kent House Tavern, Thesiger Road, Penge SE20 Yes Yes
    London Tavern, 149 Maple Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Lord Palmerston, 101 Maple Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Park Tavern, 1 Station Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Pawleyne Arms, 156 High Street / 156 Beckenham Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Paxton Arms, 52 Anerley Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Queen Adelaide, 74 Beckenham Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Railway Bell, 121 Oakfield Road, Penge No Yes
    Railway Hotel, 2 Beckenham Road, Penge / Bridge House,  2 Penge High street Yes Yes
    Retreat, 31 Woodbine Grove, Penge No Yes
    Rising Sun, 72 Anerley Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Royal Oak, 2 Oakfield Road, Penge Yes Yes
    Watermans Arms, 125 Beckenham Road / 125 High street, Penge Yes Yes
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