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Leamington Hotel

Picture source: National Brewery Heritage Trust


 
The Leamington Hotel was situated at 222 Horn Lane. This pub closed in 2013.
Source: T C
 
Does anyone remember Maggie the Scottish barmaid at the Lemington? She lived there for a long time in the 1960s. I have often thought what happened to her, she was very popular. There was a very busy lunch trade in the 60s as well as the evening. The last owners I remember were a young Scottish couple about 1968, cannot now remember their name. Charring tons brewery owned the pub and the boss would sometimes help in the pub and upset all the customers. Toby and best bitter was the most popular drink about 2 shillings and sixpence a pint. You could hear the trains passing behind the pub at Acton mainline station.
Trevor Wood (October 2016)
 

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