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Charlie Brown’s pub at Limehouse

Sadly closed and demolished to make way for the Limehouse Link Tunnel in 1989, Charlie Brown’s was one of the pubs featured in Alan Reeve-Jones book London pubs….

The Town Of Ramsgate

It’s not really a town, it’s an old boozer in Wapping and one with a hell of a back story. This building dates from 1748. Before that there…

The Crown on New Oxford Street

When you come to the eastern end of Oxford Street and cross Tottenham Court Road you hit New Oxford Street which has the feeling of being “a bit…

The Museum Tavern

The Museum Tavern looks across at the grand front entrance of┬áthe British Museum which is on Great Russell Street. The pub itself sits on the corner of Museum…

The Cheshire Cheese

When first landed in the Smoke, I worked in the grey 1970’s building that you can see behind the sign of Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese in the featured…

The Gun at Coldharbour

I found this pub after walking from Limehouse and across Canary Wharf. Heading south on a busy faceless road past Poplar Dock and then the West Indian Millwall…

London Pubs by Alan Reeve-Jones

I came across this book in a second hand bookshop. Alan Reeve-Jones visits and reviews the best London pubs of his day. Its very much of its time….

London’s pub heritage: The Grapes at Limehouse

It sits on Narrow Street as part of a row of old houses and warehouses that now look shabby chic among the modern houses that surround them. The…

London’s pub heritage: The Prospect of Whitby

The Prospect of Whitby is in Wapping. If you want to find it, start at Tower Bridge, head east along the north side of the Thames and keep…