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Finborough Arms

 

 


 
The Finborough Arms was situated at 118 Finborough Road. This pub was built in 1868 to a design by George Godwin. It was one of five public houses built by Corbett and McClymont in the Earls Court area during the West London development boom of the 1860s. From 1980 the building also house The Finborough Theatre. Following closure in 2006 It is now a wine bar/cafe called The Finborough Wine Cafe. On October 18th, 1940, landlady for more than 50 years, 93-year-old Mary Ann Finch, was killed in the London Blitz with her two daughters Florence, 69, and Mary Ann, 70.
Source: Mac Booker
 
Now reopened.
T C (November 2017)
 

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