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Lord Napier, Aldgate - The Lord Napier was situated at 235 Whitechapel Road. This pub was established by 1878 and closed shortly after 1914. It was a beer house and I don’t think it ever attained a full licence. In 1896 at least it sold the beers of the Barclay Perkins Brewery.

Lord Napier, Aldgate - The Lord Napier was situated at 235 Whitechapel Road. This pub was established by 1878 and closed shortly after 1914. It was a beer house and I don’t think it ever attained a full licence. In 1896 at least it sold the beers of the Barclay Perkins Brewery.

Fish & Ring, Shoreditch - The Fish & Ring was situated at 141a White Horse Road. This pub was established in 1866 and rebuilt and enlarged in 1936.  It was a Charrington’s Brewery house and the exterior featured some fine Charrington’s signage, much of which is still visible today.  It was well-known in the 1980s for its beer quality and won a number of awards.  At this time it also continued to feature an East London Fives dart board.  The pub closed in 1999 and was converted to private…

Fish & Ring, Shoreditch - The Fish & Ring was situated at 141a White Horse Road. This pub was established in 1866 and rebuilt and enlarged in 1936. It was a Charrington’s Brewery house and the exterior featured some fine Charrington’s signage, much of which is still visible today. It was well-known in the 1980s for its beer quality and won a number of awards. At this time it also continued to feature an East London Fives dart board. The pub closed in 1999 and was converted to private…

Earl Of Aberdeen - The Earl Of Aberdeen was situated at 142 Whitechapel Road. This beer house was present from 1869 until around 1925.  The premises are now in retail use.

Earl Of Aberdeen - The Earl Of Aberdeen was situated at 142 Whitechapel Road. This beer house was present from 1869 until around 1925. The premises are now in retail use.

Crown & Sceptre, Shoreditch - The Crown & Sceptre was situated at 84 Ben Jonson Road. This pub was present by 1881 and was also known as the ‘Jug House’ or ‘Jug Shop’ as it relied mostly on the take-away beer trade for home consumption.  By 1983 it had been acquired by the Shepherd Neame Brewery, but lack of trade forced closure in 1996.  It now serves as a fast food outlet.

Crown & Sceptre, Shoreditch - The Crown & Sceptre was situated at 84 Ben Jonson Road. This pub was present by 1881 and was also known as the ‘Jug House’ or ‘Jug Shop’ as it relied mostly on the take-away beer trade for home consumption. By 1983 it had been acquired by the Shepherd Neame Brewery, but lack of trade forced closure in 1996. It now serves as a fast food outlet.

Middleton Arms, Norton Folgate, Shoreditch - The Middleton Arms was situated at 38 Norton Folgate. This pub has now been demolished.

Middleton Arms, Norton Folgate, Shoreditch - The Middleton Arms was situated at 38 Norton Folgate. This pub has now been demolished.

The Grave Maurice, Shoreditch - This pub was established in 1723 and rebuilt in its present form in 1874. It was a Truman’s Brewery house. It is said that regular visitor Ronnie Kray left his mark permanently on the face of one customer here in the mid-60s, using a red hot poker from the fireplace – it was also apparently frequented by ‘Mad’ Frankie Fraser. Rather run down in recent years (a 2002 review described it as “Populated with people who appear rarely to see daylight”), it achieved…

The Grave Maurice, Shoreditch - This pub was established in 1723 and rebuilt in its present form in 1874. It was a Truman’s Brewery house. It is said that regular visitor Ronnie Kray left his mark permanently on the face of one customer here in the mid-60s, using a red hot poker from the fireplace – it was also apparently frequented by ‘Mad’ Frankie Fraser. Rather run down in recent years (a 2002 review described it as “Populated with people who appear rarely to see daylight”), it achieved…

Kings Arms, Shoreditch - The Kings Arms was situated at 230 Mile End Road. This pub was present by 1830, at which time it included a ‘large concert hall’ and sold cider.  A short time later the manufacture of lemonade and soda water was a nice little side line for the pub.  By 1850, the concert hall had expanded further and the pub’s full name had become the Kings Arms Public House & Palace of Varieties, with seating for 200.  It was rebuilt in the later nineteenth century and became a…

Kings Arms, Shoreditch - The Kings Arms was situated at 230 Mile End Road. This pub was present by 1830, at which time it included a ‘large concert hall’ and sold cider. A short time later the manufacture of lemonade and soda water was a nice little side line for the pub. By 1850, the concert hall had expanded further and the pub’s full name had become the Kings Arms Public House & Palace of Varieties, with seating for 200. It was rebuilt in the later nineteenth century and became a…

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