Architecturally interesting pubs

IvorW combobulus at
Thu Aug 3 15:25:13 BST 2006

> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Cantrell [mailto:david at]
> Sent: 03 August 2006 14:53
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> Subject: Architecturally interesting pubs
> I'm trying to put together a crawl of architecturally 
> interesting pubs.
> On my list so far:
>   Champion, Wells St, for the fabulous stained glass;
>   Princess Louise, High Holborn, for the ridiculous interior;
>   George, Borough High St;
>   Jerusalem Tavern, Britton St;
>   Blackfriar;
>   Cittie of Yorke, Holborn;
> Hmm, that's a worrying number of Sam Smiths pubs there.
These are ones I thought of off the top of my head, in no particular order:

Lamb & Flag, Covent Garden
The Old Bank of England, Fleet Street
The Banker, EC4
The Knights Templar, Chancery Lane
The Ledger Building, Docklands
Hamilton Hall, Liverpool Street station
The Lamb, Leadenhall Market
Counting House, Cornhill
Crosse Keys, Gracechurch Street
Jamaica Inn, St Michael's Alley

and others. I'll check out Ted Bruning's book when I get home.

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