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Lost Pubs In Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire

Name Date Closed Information  
Angel Inn   Eastgate. Publican in 1916 was Thomas Watson. Demolished and replaced by Nationwide Building Society.  
Black Swan   15 Park Lane. Publican in 1916 was Richard Guy.  
Boat & Anchor   South Bank. Publican in 1916 was William Watts Jnr. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Carpenters Arms   Station Road. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Cock Inn 1952 Glassmoor Bank.  
Dog In A Doublet 2009 North Side. Now reopened!!
Dukes Head   Windmill Street. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Globe   Funthams Lane.  
Golden Lion   London Street.  
Hare & Hounds 2000s East Delph. Also known as Mortons Fork. Publican in 1916 was George Biggerdike. Partly demolished.  
Hero Of Aliwal 1960s Aliwal Road. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Kings Head   10 Gracious Street. Publican in 1916 was Ann Clark. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Letter A   40 Whitmore Street. Now used as an art studio.  
Letter C   Now used as a private house.  
Nags Head   High Causeway. Now used as a private house.  
Oatsheaf c.2008 Peterborough Road.  
Old Crown   Gracious Street. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Old George   Queen Street.  
Pack Horse Inn   43 Whitmore Street. Publican in 1916 was James Porteous. Now demolished.  

 

Plough   32 West End. Publican in 1916 was Joseph Raby. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Queen Adelaide   23 Whitmore Street. Publican in 1916 was William Roberts.  
Queens Head   Market Street.  
Red Lion   London Street.  
Rose & Crown   Church Street.  
Three Fishes   7 East Delph. Publican in 1916 was James Marriott. Now used as a private dwelling.  
Wheatsheaf   Glassmoor.   
Wheatsheaf   Eastgate. Publican in 1916 was Henry Searle.  
White Horse   Now used as a private dwelling.  
White Lion   75 Church Street. Publican in 1916 was Herbert Reynolds.  
White Swan   Also known as the Mucky Duck. Now demolished.  
Windmill 1915    

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