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Three Crowns

Picture source: National Brewery Heritage Trust

The Three Crowns was situated at 1 Pier Street, close to Woolwich Ferry. It closed in the early 1990s.
I remember drinking here with a friend on a Tuesday night in the 1980s when closing time locally was 10.30pm. We remembered that closing time in Woolwich on the other side of the river was 11pm so we left the Three Crowns and walked through the tunnel under the Thames to get to Woolwich and have a couple of extra pints.
Colin Price
This pub was present by 1855 and was formerly tied to Charrington’s Brewery.  It lay empty for many years after closure, but has now been converted to residential use.

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Picture source: Stephen Harris