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    Search the historical London street directory, pub history site and World War One records of gallantry and casualties by surname, street or pub name; including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This site justs get more interesting.

    London Pub directory in 1971 - WC1

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in the London BT  1971 Telephone directories, although the telephone number is not registered as it would be wildly out of date.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


    Adelphi Hotel, Argyle Street,,WC1
    Apple Tree, 45 Mount Pleasant,,WC1
    Blue Lion,131 Grays Inn road,,WC1
    Brecon Towers Hotel, 149 Grays Inn Road,,WC1
    Brown Bear,179 High Holborn,,WC1
    Bull & Mouth,Bloomsbury Way,David Worrow,WC1
    Carpenters Arms,105 Kings Cross road,,WC1
    Crossbow, 240 High Holborn,,WC1
    Crown,51 New Oxford street,,WC1
    Crown, 5 Beckley, Dane street,,WC1
    Dolphin,47 Tonbridge street,,WC1
    Dolphin Tavern,44 Red Lion street,,WC1
    Duke of Wellington,5 Whidborne street,H G Darby,WC1
    Duke of York,7 Roger street,,WC1
    Enterprise,38 Red Lion street,Lilian M Warren,WC1
    Golden Lion,2 Britannia street,,WC1
    Havelock, Grays Inn road,,WC1
    Kentish Arms,9 Mabledon Place,,WC1
    Kings Head,61 Swinton street,,WC1
    Lamb,94 Lambs Conduit Street,,WC1
    Lord John Russell,91 Marchmont Street,,WC1
    Lord Wellington,31 University Street,,WC1
    Lucas Arms,245a Grays Inn Road,,WC1
    New Merlins Cave, Margery Street,,WC1
    Old Red Lion,72 High Holborn,,WC1
    Plough,27 Museum Street,,WC1
    Prince Albert,2 Acton street,,WC1
    Princess Louise,208 High Holborn,,WC1
    Queens Head,66 Acton street,,WC1
    Queens Head, 22 Easton street,,WC1
    Queens Head,64 Theobalds road,,WC1
    Queens Hotel,16 Argyle Square,,WC1
    Queens Larder,1 Queen Square,,WC1
    Royal Connaught, 267 High Holborn,,WC1
    Rugby Tavern,19 Great James Street,,WC1
    Three Compasses,146 High Holborn,,WC1
    Three Cups,22 Sandland street,,WC1
    Three-O-Three Stores,303 Grays Inn road, E J Rose & Co Ltd,WC1
    White Hart,126 Theobalds road,,WC1
    Yorkshire Grey,2 Theobalds Road,,WC1

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