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London Pubs directory in 1944 - Acton W3

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

1944 Pub index

W3 Acton

W3,Anchor, Mrs Eleanor Bertha Harris, 170 Bollo Bridge Road W3
W3,Blue Anchor, 51 & 53 Steyne Road W3
W3,Bollo Bridge Tavern, Pioneer Catering Co Ltd, 7 Hansbury Road, W3
W3,Castle Hotel, Alfred Gill, Victoria Road W3
W3,Duke of York, Hy Thomas Potter, 86 Steyne Road W3
W3,George & Dragon, Jas A Blackwell, 183 High Street , Acton W3
W3,Goldsmiths Arms, Sidney Herbert Taylor, 130 East Acton Lane W3
W3,Kings Arms, Mrs Winifred Alice Hooper, The Vale, Acton W3
W3,Kings Head, Fuller, Smith & Turner Ltd, 214 High Street, Acton W3
W3,Mechanics Arms, Joseph E Rice, 115 Churchfield Rd West W3
W3,Mill Hill Hotel, Jas Benj Wyman, 61 Gunnersbury Lane W3
W3,Prince of Wales, George C Dunkley, 79 Church Road W3
W3,Railway Hotel, Mrs F E Reynolds, 1 & 3 High Street, Acton W3
W3,Red Lion Hotel, Mrs Kate Booker, 281 High Street, Acton W3
W3,The Leamington, Woolf Foley-Isaacs, 222 Horn Lane W3
W3,Victory, Frederick Rt Brown, 204 Bollo Bridge Road W3
W3,William the Fourth, Mrs Grace S Skeggs, Market Place W3
W3,Windmill, Rt Thomas Gould, 50 High Street, Acton W3