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The Buccaneer

Date of photo: 1981

Picture source: Peter Preston


 

The Buccaneer was a Docklands pub previously known as the Blue Posts. In the 1930s it was run by Charlie Brown Jnr, the son of Charlie Brown, landlord of the nearby Railway Tavern (also known as Charlie Brown's (q.v)).. In 1938 Charlie Brown Jnr moved to the Roundabout in London E18. In the late 1980s both the Buccaneer and the Railway Tavern/Charlie Brown's were demolished as part of the Docklands Railway Expansion scheme.

 
Colin Price

 
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Back yard of pub in 1937

Picture source: Peter Preston

Picture source: Peter Preston