Public Houses

The Fuchsia was introduced to England via The Prospect of Whitby pub.

The Prospect of Whitby is London's oldest riverside Inn.

The Blind Beggar boasts one of London's biggest beer gardens.

Sir Ian McKellen is one of the leaseholders of The Grapes, Poplar.

Cedric Charles Dickens, grandson of Charles Dickens, officially opened The Dickens Inn, Wapping.

Iron Maiden performed their first gig at the Cart & Horses, Stratford.

The Mayflower is the only pub licensed to sell Alcohol and both UK and US Postage Stamps.
The Ship & Whale, Rotherhithe.
The Salt Quay, Rotherhithe.
Cart & Horses, Stratford.
The courtyard of St. Christopher's Inn, Southwark.

Horseshoe Inn, Bermondsey.
The Rose, Bermondsey.
The Jugged Hare, City of London.
Tamesis Dock on the Albert Embankment.

The Prospect of Whitby, Wapping.
The George Inn, Southwark.
The Grapes, Poplar.
The Dickens Inn, Wapping.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Fleet Street.
Captain Kidd, Wapping, from the River Thames.
East India Arms, Fenchurch Street.
Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Holborn.
The George Inn, Southwark.
The Mayflower, Rotherhithe.




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