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Cock & Bottle

Picture source: John Yeadon


 
The Cock & Bottle was situated at 93 Barkerend Road. This pub was built in the 1820s and later extended into an adjoining property. It was elaborately refurbished with five rooms c.1900 and changed little since. The name derives from the fact that beer was available in draught or bottle. The pub interior was used in the 1983 film 'The Dresser'. Given grade-II listed status in 1998, it became a Christian pub in 1999 with the opening preceded by an exorcism. Publican in 1822 was John Thornton.
 

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