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London Pubs directory in 1944 - Seven Sisters N15

A listing of historical public houses,  in London, in 1944 Post Office Directory.  This excludes the 1944 Beer Retailers at present.

1944 Pub index

N15 Seven Sisters

N15,Black Boy, Brown & Horner Ltd, 268 West Green Road N15
N15,Bull Inn, Mrs H A M West, 278 High Road, Tottenham, N15
N15,Dagmar Arms, William Edwin Jn Belch, 64 Cornwall Road N15
N15,Duke of Cambridge, Chas Grindrod, 431 West Green Road N15
N15,Flower Pot, Brown & Horner Ltd, 19 St Anns Road N15
N15,Fountain, Walter E Eden, West Green Road N15
N15,Fox Inn, Clarence Price, 384 & 296 West Green Road N15
N15,Green Gate, Frederick Thomas Camplin, 492 West Green Road N15
N15,Greyhound, Mrs I F Bristow, 143 Phillip Lane N15
N15,Lord Clyde, Alfred C W Ferne, 189 Clyde Road N15
N15,Lord Palmerston, Mrs E & William Walter Rooke, 197 Philip Lane N15
N15,Mitre Tavern, Hy Turness, 89 - 91 High Road, Tottenham N15
N15,Old Seven Sisters, Stanley R Akam, Markfield Road N15
N15,Prince Arthur, Alfred I Isaacs, 114 Broad Lane N15
N15,Prince of Wales, 100 Cornwall Road N15
N15,Railway Tavern, Chas G Stone, 68 West Green Road N15
N15,Rose & Crown, Rt H Carpenter, 344 High Road, Tottenham N15
N15,Victoria, Patrick Connolly, 170 St Anns Road N15
N15,Woodberry Hotel, William Edward Valentine Shenton, 618 Seven Sisters Road N15