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London Pub directory in 1971 - N17

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in the London BT  1971 Telephone directories, although the telephone number is not registered as it would be wildly out of date.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


Antwerp Arms,168 Church Road,,N17
Beehive, Stoneleigh South,W T Gough,N17
Bell & Hare,724 High road,,N17
Bricklayers Arms,803 High Road,,N17
British Queen, Love Lane,,N17
Chequers, 843 High Road, C D Lock,N17
City Arms,162 High Cross road,,N17
Coach & Horses,High road,H J C Brown,N17
Eagle,2 Chestnut road,,N17
Elmhurst, Lordship Lane,,N17
Plough,474 High road,,N17
Prince of Wales,612 High road,,N17
Railway Tavern,65 White Hart Lane,,N17
Red Lion,634 High road,,N17
Ship Hotel,499 High Road,,N17
Three Compasses,Queen street,J E Jennings,N17
Two Brewers,40 Scotland Green,,N17
White Hart, Devonshire Hill lane,,N17
White Hart, 51 The Hale,,N17
White Hart, 750 High road,,N17

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