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A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in London.
1991 Beer index
The 1991 edition of the East London Beer Guide - East London & City CAMRA.
Stations - South Woodford (Central).
This small district is an area of inter war suburban development at the south end of Woodford and bifurcated by the Central Line and the North Circular road. On the south side it merges imperceptibly into the Snarrook end of Wanstead. All the pubs are owned by the Big Four (although Woodford proper has more variety) and all have but a single bar.
E18 BOAR AND THISTLE: 142 Hermon Hill. (B2/1) Grand Met-Watneys. Formerly Fir Trees and Firs.
E18 GEORGE: 70/74 High Road. (A1/2) Bass Charrington. c/o George Lane.
E18 NAPIER ARMS: Woodford New Road (A1/3) Bass Charrington.
E18 RAILWAY BELL: 87 George Lane. (B1/4) Courage.
E18 WHITE HART: 159 High Road. (A1/5) Bass Charrington.