Search the historical London street directory and pub history site by surname, street or pub name; you will find many obscure early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London and early parish and licensing records on this site. Most records are before 1944 plus some modern detail, and lots of pictures.
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in the London BT 1971 Telephone directories, although the telephone number is not registered as it would be wildly out of date.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
Black Boy,268 West Green road,,N15
Bull,278 High road,R P Lowe,N15
Circus Stores,89 Clyde road,E J Rose & Co Ltd,N15
Crescent Stores, 213 Langham Road,,N15
Duke of Cambridge,435 West Green road,,N15
Flower Pot,St Anns road,,N15
Fox,386 West Green road,,N15
Greyhound,143 Philip lane,,N15
Lord Palmerston,197 Philip Lane,J L Barfield,N15
Mitre,89 High Road,,N15
Moreton Stores,33 Moreton road,E J Rose & Co Ltd,N15
Old Seven Sisters,11 Markfield road,N C Cecil,N15
Prince Arthur,158 Broad lane,C R Cunningham,N15
Prince of Wales,100 Cornwall road,,N15
Railway Tavern,68 West Green road,,N15