“A Double Diamond Works Wonders” – Photos of London Pubs in the 1970s

A Double Diamond works wonders, works wonders, works wonders, A Double Diamond works wonders, So drink one today!


The Sussex pub, Upper St Martin’s Lane, London 1972

London pubs 1970s

The Marlborough Head, Great Marlborough St/Carnaby Street, London 1972

The Albert Pub, Victoria Street, London 1971

Pig & Whistle pub, Little Chester Street, London SW1 photographed in 1969 Later the Stanhope Arms then the Grouse & Claret, apparently now demolished

Flanagans Pub, 37 St Martin’s Lane, London 1972

Duke of Clarence pub, London Road:Borough Road, Southwark 1971

Cock and Lion Pub, 62 Wigmore Street, London 1971

London pubs 1970s

The Printers Devil Pub, Fetter Lane, Holborn, London 1971

London pub 1970

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Pub, Fleet Street, London 1974

London pub 1970s

Ye Grapes Pub, Shepherd Market, London W1 – c.1970

London pubs 1970s

Westmoreland Hotel, Lodge Road, London 1977 (now the Danubius Hotel Regents Park)

The Greyhound Hotel, Hampton Court Road, London 1977

un-named London bar in 1971

Marlborough Head pub, N Audley Street, London 1972

The Champion Pub 1971 (Wells St, London W1)

The Red Lion pub, Crown Passage (off Pall Mall), London 1972

London pubs 1970

The Wheatsheaf Pub, Rathbone Place, London 1971

The photos in this post are courtesy of Glen F. His fabulous collection can be found here.

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