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Narrow Boat

Picture source: G North


 

The Narrow Boat was situated at 346 Ladbroke Grove. This was a very small Fullers pub next to the canal bridge, and I recall there was a very steep staircase down to the toilets. It was a regular in the Good Beer Guide until 1989, it closed around then and has since been demolished and replaced by a block of flats. Previously known as The Queen Victoria until 1977 when Fullers took over the pub. This pub was present by the 1890s.
 
Source: Phil Wood
 

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Name Dates Comments
Leslie Cousins 1973/1983  
Ken Purser 1979/1989 The cellar was below the water level of the Grand Union Canal. Probably why it served the best pint of London Pride you could get. It was a loverly little pub. Often seen in episodes of Minder.
Graham North 1983/1989 My dad was John North does any one remember the turtle little fella right shifty he was wore old tweed blazers patches on elbows old pub ghosts sad to see it's been built over now was a lovely pub what a waste