Public House

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Lea Valley Walk - Route - Stage 3 Broxbourne - Lea Bridge Road
... The Crown public house is located adjacent to towpath ... On the opposite bank there are a number of riverside houses.Over a small bridge under which flows the Broxbourne Mill stream ... On the A121 road bridge stands the Old English Gentlemen public house ( closed May 2008 ) ...
History - Modern Stevenage
... the London 'overspill' was Bedwell in 1952 – The Twin Foxes pub was Stevenage's first "new" public house and is still situated in the Bedwell estate ... The public house was named after local notorious identical twin poachers (Albert Ebenezer and Ebenezer Albert Fox) ... At least three other public houses are worth mentioning, for they have a direct relationship to local history the name of the pub "Edward the Confessor" (closed 2006) could have ...
Stag And Hounds Public House
... The Stag and Hounds Public House is on Old Market Street, Old Market, Bristol ... It was built originally in 1483, probably as a private house ... However the current building is predominantly from the early 18th century, when it was a Public house and it has been partly rebuilt in the 1960s, and refurbished in 1987 ...
A148 Road - Route - Fakenham To Cromer
... On the right just past the junction is the Green Man Public House ... up an incline over a crossroads and past the Crawfish public house on the left which serves Thai food ... On the right in the centre of the village is the Kings Head Public House which is a fine example of a Georgian Building ...
Lawshall - Facilities - Public House
... There are coins nailed to the underside of the timber beams in the public bar ... In the nineteenth century there were seven public houses or beer retailers in the parish ...

Famous quotes related to public house:

    Now I am in the public house and lean upon the wall,
    So come in rags or come in silk, in cloak or country shawl,
    And come with learned lovers or with what men you may
    For I can put the whole lot down, and all I have to say
    Is fol de rol de rolly O.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)