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Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Thu May 17, 2018 10:40 pm
by kiwi
WHITE HART INN YARD,BOROUGH, 1888..jpg
White Hart Inn yard, Southwark: 1881, looking towards Borough High Street. The 'White hart' was demolished in 1889.The Inn would have been on the right, white building, with Heeltap on it.(Picture Above).
White Hart Yard,Borough High Street.jpg
White Hart Yard,Borough High Street.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:12 am
by kiwi
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1921

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 5:55 am
by kiwi
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BOROUGH HIGH STREET
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Borough Underground Station, 1915.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:27 am
by kiwi
Blackman Street - engraving in 1838 showing The Red Lion Pub, 68 Blackman Street now Borough High Street.
Presumably demolished for the construction of Southwark Street (built in 1864). I don't think this is correct as you can see it is on the corner of Great Suffolk Street and nowhere near to Southwark Street.
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The Red Lion Pub, 68 Blackman Street 1838
BOROUGH HIGH ST, The Red Lion closed in 2015.jpg
The Red Lion was situated at 280 Borough High Street. This pub closed in 2015 when it was known as Ruse and was demolished the following year.

Borough High Street number 280, site of The Red Lion Pub in 2007.jpg
Ruse-280 Borough High Street site of The Red Lion Pub 2007
Borough High Street 2017 site of the Red Lion Pub.jpg
Borough High Street 2017 site of the Red Lion Pub.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 5:23 am
by kiwi
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Borough High Street, Talbot Inn, Southwark c1870. 1 X.jpg
Borough High Street, Talbot Inn, Southwark c1870
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Borough High Street c1810

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 9:48 am
by kiwi
Outside of the Marshalsea Prison, during the time of Charles Dickens..jpg
Outside of the Marshalsea Prison, during the time of Charles Dickens.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:53 am
by kiwi
Borough High Street,The George Inn, c1889, a Dining Room In The Demolished Wing..jpg
The George Inn, c1889, a Dining Room In The Demolished Wing. Table set for the dinner of the "Four o'clockers"
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The George Inn, c1889 The Bar Parlour.
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Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 2:49 am
by kiwi
The Crown was situated at 213 Borough High Street. Only the main facade now remains.jpg
The Crown Pub, 213 Borough High Street. Only the main facade now remains, between Tabard St (right) and Angel Place (left) c 2017.

George Chapman was a notorious Victorian serial killer. Having lived previously in the East End and in the United States, by the late 1890s he was back in London, and lived in this building on Borough High Street. It was The Crown Pub at the time, and George was the landlord.
Maud Marsh died on 21 October 1903 after being poisoned at the Crown pub in Borough High Street. George Chapman was executed (hanged) at Wandsworth Prison less than three weeks later, on the 7th April 1903.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 12:10 am
by kiwi
Borough High Street, King's Head Inn yard, Southwark,1881.jpg
King's Head Inn Yard, Southwark,1881.
Borough High Street, Kings Head Yard, 2018.jpg
Kings Head Yard, 2018

Borough High Street, Kings head Yard, runs into White Hart Yard..jpg
Kings head Yard, runs into White Hart Yard 2017
Borough High Street, Kings head Yard 2017..jpg
Old Kings head Pub 2017.

Borough High Street, King’s Head Inn Yard, Southwark 1881..jpg
Henry and Thomas James Dixon, no. 50, "King’s Head Inn Yard, Southwark" (1881), Borough High Street.

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Borough High Street, King's Head Inn, Southwark, 1884.

Re: Borough High Street

Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2019 3:15 am
by kiwi
Borough High Street, the building have been decorated for the Queen's Jubliee in 1897..jpg
Borough High Street, the buildings have been decorated for the Queen's Jubliee in 1897.