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    UK Pub history research and London historical street directory

    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    London Pub directory in 1971 - EC4

    A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in London.

    These all correspond to those public houses found in the London BT  1971 Telephone directories, although the telephone number is not registered as it would be wildly out of date. A few are from the 1970 directory. Links are back to the deadpubs site which shows a considerable amount of past history of the pubs and their past residents.

    1971 Pub index

    EC4

    Albion,2 New Bridge street,,EC4
    Bell,6 Addle Hill,,EC4
    Blackfriar,174 Queen Victoria street,,EC4
    Bodega,5 Bucklersbury, Henekey Inns,EC4
    Cannon, 95 Cannon Street,,EC4
    Castle,Furnival street,,EC4
    Clachan, Old Mitre Court,,EC4
    Coach & Horses,35 Whitefriars street,,EC4
    Coopers Arms,Bucklersbury House,,EC4
    Crown & Anchor,18 Wine Office Court,,EC4
    Falcon,10 Fetter lane,,EC4
    Golden Fleece,8 Queen street,,EC4
    Green Man, 7 Bucklersbury,,EC4
    Handelsblatt,167 Fleet street,,EC4
    Horn Tavern, 29 Knightrider Street,,EC4
    King & Keys, 142 Fleet street,,EC4
    Magpie & Stump, 18 Old Bailey,,EC4
    Monument,60 King William Street,,EC4
    New King Lud, Hillgate House, Seacoal Lane,,EC4
    New Middle East,68 Fleet Street,,EC4
    Old Bell Tavern, 95 Fleet street,,EC4
    Old King Lud,Ludgate Circus,,EC4
    Queens Arms,30 Queen street,,EC4
    Red Lion,31 Poppins court,,EC4
    Red Lion,17 Red Lion court,,EC4
    Red Lion,Watling street,,EC4
    River Side, Bell Wharf Lane,Chef & Brewer Steak Houses,EC4
    Rugby World,161 Fleet Street,,EC4
    Samuel Pepys, Brooks wharf, Upper Thames street,,EC4
    Sir Christopher Wren,Paternoster Square,,EC4
    Star,27 Tudor street,,EC4
    Three Tuns,West Harding street,,EC4
    White Hart,3 New Fetter lane,,EC4
    White Horse,90 Fetter lane,,EC4
    Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese (Chop House),145 Fleet Street,,EC4
    Ye Olde Cock tavern,22 Fleet Street,,EC4
    Ye Olde Falstaff,70 Fleet Street,,EC4
    Ye Olde London,49 Ludgate Hill,,EC4

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