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BROADWALL/HATFIELDS

Postby kiwi » Thu May 16, 2019 4:35 am

The Bull In The Pound was situated at 92 Broadwall. This pub closed c.1918 and was demolished c.1975.
Broadwall,The Bull In The Pound was situated at 92 Broadwall. This pub closed c.1918 and was demolished c.1975.  off Stamford street.jpg
C 1954

Broadwall 2018 now ends here at Stamford St, far end. The Bull in The Pound pub was the other side in Broadwall,which at that time ran to Hatfield Street..jpg
2018

Broadwall 2018, now ends at Stamford St, far end. The Bull In The Pound pub was on the other side in Broadwall, no longer there,which at that time c1930, ran to Hatfield Street.

HATFIELDS, The Mitre rebuilt about 1880, demolished in 2003. X.jpg
Hatfields, was Hatfield Sreet
Hatfields, site of The Mitre Pub, on left 2018.  X.png
Hatfields, site of The Mitre Pub, on left 2018

The Mitre was situated on the SE corner of Hatfields and Isabella St (this part of Hatfields used to be the Broadwall - No 90 and later No 117 after another rearrangement).
Built around the mid 1700s. A William Rees was the licensee from about 1824 to 1832. The pub was solely supplied by the Anchor Brewery in Southwark but the only beer they made at the time was a porter. As the Mitre was just south of Blackfriar's Bridge, it was the site of many inquests into the deaths of people jumping off the bridge.
The Mitre was rebuilt about 1880. It featured under its own name in the TV series and movie For The Love of Ada in the early 1970s. Rundown and neglected, it was finally demolished in 2003

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