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The Panther

Picture source: Chris Putinas


 
The Panther was present at 15 Turin Street by 1832, when it was home to a local French-speaking friendly society, the ‘Piccards & Waloons’.  It was a Whitbread Brewery pub and by the 1960swas the only pre-war survivor in a street otherwise demolished following damage sustained in the Blitz.  The pub itself became a victim of demolition following closure in 2004. A block of flats has now been built on the site (see photo below).
 

 
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Date of photo: 2014

Picture source: Colin Price