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City Arms

Date of photo: 1964

Source: Vincent O'Loughlin

The City Arms was situated on North Road. This pub was demolished in the mid 1960s.
Source: T C
The City Arms was originally built as an hotel to cater for dealer's in the livestock trade travelling to London to attend The Metropolitan cattle market. Built around the time of the construction of the market (opened by Prince Albert in 1855), the building along with it's sister hotel a few hundred yards along the road, became flats, Queens and City Mansions.
Len Matthews (August 2015)

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Other Photos

Date of photo: 1928

Source: Britain From The Air