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Prince Of Wales

Picture source: Stephen Harris

The Prince Of Wales was situated at 124 Globe Road. This pub was established by 1868 and was rebuilt in the 1930s.  It had been a Watney’s Brewery pub until 1995 when it became a free house, and at around this time it was renamed Charlie’s Bar.  The interior was decorated in a kind of Moroccan Kasbah-style, aimed largely at a gay clientele.  The pub closed in 2008.
This pub was demolished and replaced by flats in June 2012 (see photo below).
T C (June 2014)

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Date of photo: 2014

Picture source: Colin Price