CRUCIFIX LANE.

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kiwi
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CRUCIFIX LANE.

Postby kiwi » Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:33 pm

The Cryer & Webb Families lived here, during much of the 1800s.
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Front view of numbers 44,43,42,& 41. c.1876.
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Rear view of premises numbers 44 & 41 c1876

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Crucifix Lane off Bermondsey Street, c1980
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1 Crucifix Lane, is the blue building the Horns Pub. Go to the Pub Topic to see a better picture of pub.

kiwi
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HORNS 1 CRUCIFIX LANE.

Postby kiwi » Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:37 pm

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2008.


Recently known as Suchards Bar & Thai Restaurant can now be found at 2 Crucifix Lane. Before Suchards it was known as the Czar Bar and before that The Horns public house. The Horns dates back to the Victorian era and appears in the 1869 Post Office Directory. In the mid 1960’s it got a reputation as being haunted.


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