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Marquis Of Lansdowne

Picture source: Chris Amies

The Marquis Of Lansdowne was situated at 32 Cremer Street. Closed in 2000, it was known as 'Partners' during its last few years.
This was a former Charrington’s Brewery pub, established by 1839.  It was renamed Partners in around 1990.  The building still stands in a derelict state.
Stephen Harris
Now owned by the Geffrye Museum, who are planning to demolished the pub.
Dominic Pinto (July 2013)
Now converted into Molly's Cafe, a venture between Rob Webster-Shaw and Jonathon Jones - the team behind gastropubs The Anchor & Hope (Southwark) and The Clarence Tavern (Stoke Newington). The building is still owned by the Geffrye Museum (now The Museum of the Home).
Movement80 (August 2021)

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Picture source: Charlie Goodwin