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Duke Of Wellington

Picture source: Stephen Harris


 
The Duke Of Wellington was situated at 29 Three Colts Lane. This pub was established by 1813, and in these early days was also referred to sometimes as the Lord Wellington.  It survived as a pub until at least 1927 when it was offered for sale, but it is now long-closed, for many years serving as offices for the adjacent works.  The pub had been tied to the long-forgotten City of London Brewery and had a splendid advertisement for that brewery’s Entire on the parapet on the side wall – probably the best surviving City of London Brewery signage anywhere.  That is until 2010, when the former pub was demolished. 

 
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