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Cubitt Arms

Picture source: Stephen Harris


The Cubitt Arms was situated at 262 Manchester Road. This pub was built in 1864 as part of the development of Cubitt Town.  In the early days it belonged to the Millwall Canal Company, and was first leased to Trumanís Brewery in 1873remaining with that brewery until recent years.  It was well-known for its reasonably intact inter-war period interior, complete with wood-panelling and vintage Trumanís Brewery advertising.  The pub closed in 2011 and planning permission is being sought for conversion to residential use.


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Name Dates Comments
Micky Morris 1968 I used to drink with a mate called Bertie Brown.
Cathy Adcock 1968-1983 My Father used to run the Transport Warehousing & Distribution Company next door around these dates, and was obviously a regular customer in the pub.