CLENNAM STREET

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CLENNAM STREET

Postby kiwi » Sat Jun 24, 2017 8:47 am

The Lord Clyde 27 Clennam Street SE1 This glorious Edwardian pub, built in 1913 and named after Crimean War hero, just off Marshalsea Road. Was the DUKE of KENT 1832-1910, renamed the Lord Clyde in 1922 after a rebuild.
THE LORD CLYDE CLENNHAM ST. BOROUGH c1922.jpg
THE LORD CLYDE CLENNHAM ST. BOROUGH.
The Lord Clyde Clennam Street Interior..jpg
Inside the Lord Clyde, Clennam Street.
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Clennam St off Marshalsea Road

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