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27 July 2017

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London N 1

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Barnsbury, 150 Copenhagen Street Lord Nelson (former) Closed and converted to residential. A 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif inset between windows to the first and second floor Copenhagen Street frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Barnsbury, 193 Caledonian Road Sutton Arms (former) Long closed and converted to a restaurant. Heavily degraded gold lettering 'COURAGE' to the top of the corner splay's board. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Barnsbury, 29 Penton Street Queens Arms (renamed Chapel Bar) A recent refurbishment has unveiled Charrington's tiled fascias. On Donegal Street: 'Fine Ale ... CHARRINGTON'S ... Noted Stout'. On Penton Street: 'CHARRINGTONS'. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Barnsbury, 297 Caledonian Road Edinburgh Castle (renamed) A Courage gold cockerel tops a sign bracket to the Caledonian Road fascia. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Barnsbury, 40 Half Moon Crescent Duchess of Kent (former) Closed in about 2005 and converted to residential. A square Courage sign with 'cockerel' motif on red background, flat mounted between the first and second floor windows to the Charlotte Terrace frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Barnsbury, 60 Copenhagen Street Lark in the Park (formerly George IV) (demolished) Has an etched window on the front with a red horseshoe and 'MEUX'S'. Reported in 2014 that the pub has been demolished. SP photo 2006; TrC 2014 Picture
GONE

London N 1

Barclay Perkins & Co Ltd Southwark, SE1 Barnsbury, 64 Barnsbury Road King Edward VII (former) (formerly Kings Head) Closed and in use as a church since 1994. In glazed tiling at the top of pilasters at each end of the fascia, a raised monogram 'BP'. TrC photo 2017 Picture

London N 1

Whitbread & Co Ltd London, EC1 Barnsbury, 71 Barnsbury Street Prince of Wales (former) Long closed and converted to residential. An oval Whitbread plaque survives attached to the green tiled wall to the right of the entrance. It features a 'tankard' with raised 'W' and raised 'deer' motifs. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Canonbury, 125 Newington Green Road Edinburgh Cellars Formerly the Edinburgh Tavern. A Truman box sign above the corner door, possibly 1970s. Removed by 2010. SRH photo 2008; TrC 2010 Picture
GONE

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Canonbury, 52 Canonbury Road Myddleton Arms A small square projecting Courage sign with 'cockerel' on red background to the left of the first floor windows, Canonbury Road frontage. This sign was removed in about 2016. TrC 2014; Google 2016; TrC 2017 .
GONE

London N 1

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 De Beauvoir Town, 113 Southgate Road De Beauvoir Arms Formerly Northgate, Dog & Dumplings, Jolly Farmers. A Taylor Walker 'cannon' motif tops a sign frame to the left of the first floor windows to the Southgate Road frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery De Beauvoir Town, 32 Hertford Road Old Ivy House (former) Closed in 2002. A projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif tops a sign bracket to the left of the first floor windows. TrC 2014 .

London N 1

Barclay Perkins & Co Ltd Southwark, SE1 Hoxton, 1 Southgate Road Southgate Arms A fine green tiled frontage with brown pilasters. Around the fascia in white lettering is the pub name and 'BARCLAYS ALES & STOUT'. GB 2003; WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Bass, Ratcliffe & Gretton Ltd Burton-upon-Trent Hoxton, 133 Shepherdess Walk Blockmakers Arms (former) This pub has been converted to flats. There is a Bass blue triangle with 'TRADE MARK' on a window. The pub name is above, in a tiled panel. WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Hoxton, 202 Hoxton Street Unicorn (former) A Meux logo in a side window. It features a horse shoe with 'MEUX'S' in the middle and 'TRADE MARK' beneath. The pub closed in around 2002 and the ground floor has been converted to a pizza restaurant. SRH photo 2006; AH 2013 Picture

London N 1

Ind Coope Ltd - Station Street, Burton-upon-Trent and Star Brewery, Romford Hoxton, 257 Hoxton Street Green Man (former) Converted to retail. It retains an Ind Coope hand logo and '1856' in the ironwork above the former hanging sign. AH 2013 .

London N 1

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Hoxton, 32 Pitfield Street Hop Pole A three-storey brick corner building with dark green faience to the ground floor. The fascia has green lettering on cream tiles: (1) On Coronet Street - 'TRUMAN'S ALES'; (2) On Pitfield Street - 'TRUMAN'S ALES & STOUT'. Above the second-floor windows, the cornice on the Pitfield Street elevation has 'TRUMAN HANBURY BUXTON & CO LTD' - white raised lettering on brick coloured tiles. Both the fascia and cornice also feature the pub name. WRB photo 2004 Picture

London N 1

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 Hoxton, 45 Pitfield Street Queens Head (demolished) With the removal of a modern board sign in 2013, an attractive fascia was revealed with brown lettering on cream tiles: 'PRIZE BEERS ... TAYLOR WALKER'S ... WINES & SPIRITS'. Also a bracket for the pub sign with the brewery's 'cannon' in the ironwork. Demolished in 2015. AH photo 2013; TrC 2016 Picture
GONE

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Hoxton, 46 Fanshaw Street Lion & Lamb On the end gable wall, a large letter sign: 'TAKE COURAGE'. WRB photo 2009 Picture

London N 1

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Hoxton, 55 Orsman Road Stags Head An elegant Truman's corner pub by A E Sewell, 1934-1936. Fascia with 'LONDON ... TRUMANS ... BURTON' and 'BURTON BITTER ... TRUMANS ... LONDON STOUT'. On the corner splay, a tiled panel with the pub name and a stag's head, and above this a Truman eagle in a roundel. The interior features panelling with lettering in gold advertising Truman's range of beers; plus TRUMAN'S lettering in the fixed mirror over a fireplace. Also a three-sided illuminated bar-back parapet with 'BEN TRUMAN BURTON ... TRUMANS LONDON ... BURTON BREWED BITTER'. The background to the exterior sign was painted dark red in 2013. A listed building. KR photo 2005; WRB photo 2006; CAMRA 2007; AH 2013; TrC 2016 Picture

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Hoxton, 71 Nile Street Duke of Wellington On the splay above the corner door, a large sign in vertical lettering: 'COURAGE'. Also a small red sign with the Courage cockerel. Part of a modern fascia has fallen off, revealing slightly older Courage lettering beneath. SRH photo 2007; WRB 2007; AH 2013 Picture

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Hoxton, 8 East Road Three Crowns An older-style Courage lantern with the cockerels in full colour; also 'COURAGE' on the hanging sign. With the restoration of the Barclay's fascia (qv), the Courage signs were removed. WRB photo 2007 Picture
GONE

London N 1

Barclay Perkins & Co Ltd Southwark, SE1 Hoxton, 8 East Road Three Crowns Reopened in 2013; the exterior refurbishment features beautifully restored green-tiled Barclay's fascias: 'No 8 ... BARCLAY'S STOUT AND ALES ... WINES AND SPIRITS ... BARCLAY'S STOUT AND ALES'. AH photo 2014; SP photo 2014 Picture

London N 1

Bass Charrington - London and Burton-upon-Trent Islington, 109 St Pauls Road Hen & Chickens A large Bass sign (cursive) and a red triangle. Also 'CHARRINGTON' lettering on the fascia. WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

E Lacon & Co Ltd Great Yarmouth Islington, 140 St Pauls Road Builders Arms (former) Cream tiled fascia with red lettering including 'LACONS'. There is a bird in the painted glass of the front door, but it's not a falcon! Converted to flats. WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Islington, 144 Essex Road Green Man A projecting Courage illuminated square sign with 'cockerel' motif on red background at first floor level on the Essex Road frontage. Also a painted Courage board to the corner splay. Inside, a back-lit panel to the bar-back's parapet, green lettering on white: 'COURAGE'. TrC 2014; TrC 2016 .

London N 1

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Islington, 148 Caledonian Road Thornhill Arms A three-storey corner building with a fine exterior. The ground floor frontage has marvellous dark brown faience tiles, and a curved cream fascia with dark-brown lettering: 'ALES - CHARRINGTONS - & STOUT - THORNHILL ARMS ALES - CHARRINGTONS - & STOUT'. Above the second-floor windows is a similar fascia on both frontages with the pub name, and four 'anchor' illustrations. There is also a modern Charrington projecting box sign with a 'Toby' on a plate, and ''The Sign of Good Food'. TN 2005; WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Islington, 16 Elia Street Charles Lamb (formerly the Prince Albert) A corner pub; on each elevation, a tile with the 'Toby' character and 'THE HOUSE OF TOBY'. Both unfortunately painted over. SP 2004; WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 Islington, 1A Sudeley Street Prince of Wales Building activities and the removal of modern fascia boards have revealed applied lettering to the stonework above the windows and corner entrance: 'TAYLOR WALKER AND CO LTD ... PRINCE OF WALES ... TAYLOR WALKER PRIZE BEERS'. TrC 2016 .

London N 1

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Islington, 25 Danbury Street Earl of Essex Interior: painted on the bar-back are two Watney's red barrels! A homebrew pub in 2013. AH photo 2013 Picture

London N 1

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Islington, 264 Liverpool Road Kings Arms Large circular sign on the end wall, includes 'WATNEY COMBE REID' in a circle around a stag, and the pub name beneath. WRB photo 2007 Picture

London N 1

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Islington, 30 St Peters Street Duke of Cambridge A postwar box sign on the corner splay with the pub name, a picture of the Duke, and 'COURAGE'. The lettering appears to have neon tubing applied. WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Islington, 33 Linton Street Hanbury Arms (aka The Social) A striking 1930s building by Charringtons; on the tiled splayed corner, a tiled panel with the 'Toby' character and 'TOBY ALE'. Inside, a small portion of the original bar-back survives with cut-out lettering in the top panel, illuminated from behind: 'CHARRINGTONS - HANBURY ARMS - TOBY ALE'. SP 2004; WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Islington, 340-342 Essex Road Lord Clyde Back-lit in white lettering on a dark background to the three-sided bar-back's parapet: 'TOBY STOUT WINES & SPIRITS ... WINES ALES CHARRINGTON'S STOUT SPIRITS ... TOBY ALE WINES & SPIRITS'. TrC 2016 .

London N 1

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Islington, 385 Liverpool Road Adelaide Arms A plaque of beige tiles either side of the main entrance, featuring the 'flying tankard', a raised 'Toby', and 'THE HOUSE OF TOBY'. In 2015, the Toby plaques were painted over, though are still visible. SRH photo 2008; TrC 2015 Picture

London N 1

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Islington, 43 Cross Street Crown & Anchor (former) Closed as a pub in 2005 and converted to residential. To the Dagmar Terrace wall on the west side, a recessed painted board, relatively modern, reads 'CROWN & ANCHOR ... A SELECTION OF WINES & SPIRITS ... CELEBRATED ALES ... WATNEY COMBE REID'. Also at high level on the east wall, a roundel survives with 'WATNEY COMBE REID ... 1898' surrounding a stag. AH 2013; TrC 2014; TrC photo 2017 Picture

London N 1

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Islington, 54 Pentonville Road Castle A tiled panel on the wall with a 'Toby' in relief; partially plastered and painted over in white. WRB photo 2007 Picture

London N 1

Courage & Co Ltd Southwark, SE1 Islington, 58 Penton Street Salmon & Compass (Joker of Penton Street) A tiled panel - cream tiles with a blue border and dark lettering: 'COURAGE'S ALES AND STOUT'. The panel had been restored by 2014, and the pub was renamed. SRH photo 2006; SP photo 2014 Picture

London N 1

Barclay Perkins & Co Ltd Southwark, SE1 Islington, 66 Cross Street Old Parrs Head (former) A corner building with a beautiful decorative exterior. The ground floor frontage is tiled in two shades of brown. On the fascia are the pub name and 'BARCLAY PERKINS & CO. LTD.'. Converted to a shop. TACS magazine 1999; WRB photo 2006 Picture

London N 1

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Islington, 72 Prebend Street Duchess of Kent A small square lantern with the brewery name and 'stag' logo on its faces. A hanging box sign (possibly with internal illumination) with 'WATNEY COMBE REID ... ENTRANCE'. Both of these look to be of some age. There are also small modern roundels around each of two entrances; and two windows with what look like modern etched brewery logos. AH photo 2013 Picture

London N 1

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Kingsland, 119 Balls Pond Road Duke of Wellington A projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif atop the sign frame at second floor level to the Balls Pond Road Frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N 4

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Finsbury Park, 19 Perth Road Sir Walter Scott A Courage gold cockerel tops a sign frame at first floor level to the Perth Road frontage; an illuminated projecting Courage square sign with 'cockerel' motif on red background at ground floor level facing Perth Road. Renamed 'Faltering Fullback'. TrC 2014 .

London N 4

Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Finsbury Park, 240 Seven Sisters Road Sir George Robey (demolished) Two decorative corner plaques with 'MEUX'S ORIGINAL LONDON STOUT' in relief. After many years of increasing dereliction, the pub was demolished in 2015. DK 2003; WRB photo 2007; TrC 2016 Picture
GONE

London N 4

Ind Coope Ltd - Station Street, Burton-upon-Trent and Star Brewery, Romford Finsbury Park, 263 Seven Sisters Road Finsbury Park Tavern - currently Twelve Pins Etched windows with 'SPECIAL BITTER ... DOUBLE DIAMOND ... IND COOPE'. Also a Taylor Walker 'cannon' mounted above the hanging sign. WRB photo 2007; SP 2014 Picture

London N 4

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Finsbury Park, 284 Seven Sisters Road Blackstock A letter sign - formerly neon-illuminated - at high level on the corner splay: 'TAKE COURAGE'. WRB photo 2007 Picture

London N 5

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Highbury, 226 Blackstock Road Bank of Friendship A gold Courage cockerel mounted above the hanging sign. SP 2014; TrC 2014 .

London N 5

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Highbury, 26 Highbury Park Highbury Barn Newly applied retro lettering (possibly restoration; mid-2011 or later) to the corner splay at first and second floor levels 'WATNEY COMBE REID & CO ... IMPERIAL STOUT AND ALES' bisected by a 'stag' motif. TrC 2014 .

London N 5

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Highbury, 66 Drayton Park Drayton Park (formerly Drayton Park Hotel) A Courage neon letter sign 'COURAGE' between the first and second floor windows to the Martineau Road frontage. TrC photo 2010 Picture

London N 6

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Highgate, 98 North Road Wrestlers 'CHARRINGTON' lettering on both sides of the hanging sign, which looks to be of some age. By 2017, the hanging sign has been replaced, and the Charrington lettering has been removed. AH photo 2013; TrC 2017 Picture
GONE

London N 7

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 Holloway, 10 Annette Road Lord Palmerston (renamed) A Taylor Walker 'cannon' device tops the sign frame at first floor level to the Lowman Road frontage; a small Taylor Walker plaque to the right of the Lowman Road entrance. Also faded 'DOUBLE DIAMOND' lettering to the Annette Road ground floor left window. TrC 2014 .

London N 7

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Holloway, 124 Seven Sisters Road Eaglet Brown tiled fascia with gold raised lettering: 'REID'S STOUT ... THE EAGLET ... WATNEY'S ALES'. WRB photo 2007 Picture

London N 7

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Holloway, 38 Parkhurst Road Prince Edward A 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif tops a freestanding sign frame in the Parkhurst Road beer garden. Raised lettering to the right of the Parkhurst Road fascia 'WATNEY COMBE REID'. Inside, back-lit illuminated 'WATNEY'S' and 'red barrel' motifs to the tops of the bar-back gantry. TrC 2014; TrC 2015 .

London N 7

Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Holloway, 427 Caledonian Road Balmoral (renamed) A series of pilasters with tiled tablets at eye level; these have been painted over but the raised lettering is still just legible. Two with the brewery name: 'MEUX'S PERFECT ALES' and 'MEUX.. FAMOUS STOUT'. The others have 'LUNCHEONS & SNACKS', 'IN BOTTLE & ON DRAUGHT' and 'WINES & SPIRITS'. The pub was later renamed CALLY. RF 2002; WRB photo 2006; TrC 2014 Picture

London N 7

Courage & Co Ltd Southwark, SE1 Holloway, 468 Caledonian Road Pocock Arms (former) Converted to residential use around the early 1990s. On the side (Roman Way) frontage, a tiled panel, covered by many years of paint, but the lettering is just visible: 'THE POCOCK ARMS ... COURAGE'S ... ALES & STOUT'. TrC photo 2017 Picture

London N 7

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Holloway, 83-91 Georges Road Moynihan Arms - formerly the Royal Victory (closed) At high level on two gables, panels with the Charrington 'Flying Tankard' in relief. At ground floor level, two tiled panels incorporating: 'Flying Tankard' emblem; '1757'; 'CHARRINGTON'; Toby jug emblem with 'TOBY ALE'; 'THE HOUSE OF TOBY'. Converted to residential use by 2014, but the Charrington features survive. WRB photo 2007; TrC 2014 Picture

London N 7

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Islington, 489 Liverpool Road Adam & Eve (former) Closed in 2003 and converted to a restaurant. A projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif to the Liverpool Road frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N 7

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Lower Holloway, 109 Roman Way Two Brewers Mounted above the hanging sign bracket, a projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' circle with 'stag' device. Also two small 'WATNEY COMBE REID' lanterns, one to each side of the central entrance. TrC 2014 .

London N 7

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Lower Holloway, 244 York Way Rosie McCanns (former) (formerly New Copenhagen) Closed 2013. It had a Trumans board sign at first floor level on the corner splay: the Eagle trade mark at the top, then: 'TRUMAN ... BEERS & ALES ... LONDON BREWERS SINCE 1666 ... HANBURY & BUXTON'. Removed 2014. TrC 2014 .
GONE

London N 7

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Lower Holloway, 46 North Road Lamb Tavern (former) Closed 2000s. 'TAKE COURAGE' letter sign (possibly once illuminated) to the Shearling Way frontage between the first and second floor windows. TrC 2014 .

London N 7

Wenlock Brewery Co Ltd Shoreditch, N1 Lower Holloway, 81 Holloway Road Castle (former) Closed as a pub in 2014 and converted to a restaurant. As part of the conversion process in 2015, modern board signs were removed to reveal a tiled fascia 'WINES WENLOCK ALES SPIRITS WINES THE CASTLE SPIRITS'. Unfortunately another modern board sign was then applied to the corner of the fascia to advertise the new business, obscuring part of the original fascia. Google 2015; TrC 2016 .

London N 8

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Crouch End, 120 Park Road Villiers Terrace (formerly Princess Alexandra) Several small Watney's lanterns with 'stag' motifs. In late 2014, the pub was renovated, renamed ALEX, and the lanterns were removed. TrC 2014; TrC 2015 .
GONE

London N 8

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Crouch End, 153 Crouch Hill Harringay Arms Mounted above the hanging sign bracket, a projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' circle with 'stag' device. TrC 2014 .

London N 8

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Crouch End, 23 Crouch End Hill Railway Tavern To the north wall at ground floor level, a Charrington's ceramic plaque with 'winged tankard - 1757' and below a 'Toby' motif and 'HOUSE OF TOBY' lettering. TrC 2015 .

London N 8

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 Hornsey, 67 High Street Great Northern Railway Tavern A 'TAYLOR WALKER' name plate at the top of a remaining sign bracket and topped with a Taylor Walker 'cannon' device between the first and second floor windows. TrC 2014 .

London N12

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 North Finchley, 975 High Road Swan & Pyramids (former) Converted to bar-restaurant use. A Taylor Walker 'cannon' motif to the top of the freestanding pole sign. TrC 2015 .

London N15

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Tottenham, 197 Philip Lane Lord Palmerston By A E Sewell for Trumans, 1930s. Has an air-brick with 'THB' and at first-floor level, a Truman eagle in a roundel. KR photo 2006 Picture

London N16

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Stamford Hill, 270 Stamford Hill Turnpike House On the side wall, a decorative cornice with 'CHARRINGTONS FINE ALES'. SRH photo 2006 Picture

London N16

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Stoke Newington, 1 Matthias Road Army & Navy By architect A E Sewell for Trumans, about 1934. Good wedge-shaped exterior in brick and stone. On the corner splay is a stone panel with the pub name and the Truman eagle in a roundel. On the parapets right and left is lettering: 'TRUMAN'. The interior features panelling with lettering in gold advertising Truman's range of beers; plus TRUMAN'S lettering in the fixed mirror over a fireplace. A listed building. WRB photo 2006; CAMRA 2007 Picture

London N16

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Stoke Newington, 102 Stoke Newington Road Caledonian Tavern (former) Long closed; converted to a supermarket. A Courage gold cockerel tops a bracket to the left of the first floor windows. TrC 2014 .

London N16

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Stoke Newington, 132 Stoke Newington Church Street Red Lion - later known as the Lion Three large tiled panels on the ground floor exterior, all the same. Lettering: 'THE RED LION ... TRUMAN HANBURY BUXTON & Co Ltd ... BURTON ALES'. They also incorporate a large image of a red lion. WRB photo 2006; SRH 2007 Picture

London N16

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Stoke Newington, 146 Boleyn Road Arundel Arms An 1930s Trumans pub by A E Sewell, closed and in deteriorating condition (2006). Above the first-floor windows on the Shellgrove Road elevation, the chimneys feature stone panels incorporating the Truman eagle trademark. There is a modern painted Truman board sign on the corner splay. Demolished by 2013. WRB photo 2006; TrC 2013 Picture
GONE

London N16

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Stoke Newington, 18 Northwold Road Cricketers (renamed) A projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif above the first floor windows. TrC 2014 .

London N16

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Stoke Newington, 199 Stoke Newington Church Street Rose & Crown By A E Sewell for Trumans in 1932. Between the first and second floor windows was lettering: 'TRUMAN HANBURY & BUXTON'. The lettering shown on our photo of 2006 has been removed. Wrought iron scroll frames to each recessed Stoke Newington Church Street and Albion Road entrance with a metal oval at centre on which is the letter 'T'. Both hanging signs feature badly degraded 'TRUMAN' lettering. The interior features panelling with lettering in gold advertising Truman's range of beers; plus TRUMAN'S lettering in the fixed mirror over a fireplace. A listed building. WRB photo 2006; CAMRA 2007; Google 2014; TrC 2014 Picture

London N16

Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Stoke Newington, 204 Stoke Newington High Street Jolly Butchers A Truman's hanging sign bracket to the first floor Stoke Newington High Street frontage. 'TRUMANS' lettering barely legible. TrC 2014 .

London N16

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Stoke Newington, 6 Windus Road Wheatsheaf Four small ceramic roundels painted black to the central and outer ground floor pilasters: 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' lettering with 'stag' motif at centre to each. Mounted above a bracket at first floor level, a projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif. TrC 2014 .

London N16

Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Stoke Newington, 68 Green Lanes Monarch (renamed Winnicott in 2015) A corner pub with a brown-tiled frontage and cream-tiled fascia. After many years obscured, the original Charrington's tiling was restored in 2015. The fascia has some damage, brown lettering on cream tiles: 'CHARRINGTON'S NOTED ALES AND STOUT ... THE MONARCH ... CHARRINGTON'S ALES AND STOUT'. TrC 2015 .

London N16

Reid's Brewery Co Ltd Clerkenwell, EC1 Stoke Newington, 69 Matthias Road New Coach & Horses (former) Below the parapet is a fine old painted sign: 'REID & COMPy's. ENTIRE.'. The pub is long closed and is now in residential use. SRH photo 2007 Picture

London N16

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Stoke Newington, 75 Howard Road Ebor Arms (former) Converted to residential. Mounted above the hanging sign bracket on the Howard Road frontage, a 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif. TrC 2014 .

London N16

Courage & Co Ltd Southwark, SE1 Stoke Newington, 79 Green Lanes Royal Oak (renamed) The pub was rebuilt in 1926. It has a tiled sign at ground floor level on the side wall - white tiles with a blue border and dark lettering: 'COURAGE'S ALES ... ROYAL OAK REFERESHMENT HOUSE'. Also a Courage 'gold cockerel' mounted above the hanging sign. Renamed LECONFIELD in 2013. SRH photo 2008; TrC 2013 Picture

London N16

Whitbread & Co Ltd London, EC1 Stoke Newington, 9 Beatty Road Earl of Warwick (former) Long closed: converted to residential. A Whitbread's fascia in gold lettering reads 'WINES - WHITBREAD'S ALE & STOUT - SPIRITS ... EARL OF WARWICK ... WINES - WHITBREAD'S ALE & STOUT - SPIRITS'. TrC 2014 .

London N16

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Stoke Newington, 97 Stoke Newington Road Hare & Hounds (renamed) A projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif, suspended by a bracket on the Stoke Newington Road frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N17

Whitbread & Co Ltd London, EC1 Tottenham, High Road Gripper Brothers' Bell Brewery (former) Approximately opposite Cedar Road. The Bell Brewery was taken over by Whitbread in 1896, who used the buildings as a depot for many years afterwards. The surviving buildings feature a clock tower with 'WHITBREAD' lettering on at least three sides. KSm 2015; BHS photo Picture

London N19

Smith, Garrett & Co Ltd Bow, E3 Archway, 86 Junction Road Oak & Pastor (originally Junction Arms) Part of the original fascia has been revealed to show tiled lettering: 'SMITH GARRETT'S SPECIAL MILD'. SP photo 2013 Picture

London N19

Ind Coope Ltd Romford Archway, 89 Highgate Hill Whittington & Cat Applied gold lettering to the ground floor etched windows reads: 'DOUBLE DIAMOND ... IND COOPE ... WHITTINGTON & CAT WINES & SPIRITS ... SKOL LAGER'. TrC 2014 .

London N19

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Archway, 90 Highgate Hill Old Crown A large Courage letter sign (possibly once illuminated) 'TAKE COURAGE' to the second floor south-east wall. TrC 2014 .

London N19

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Upper Holloway, 139 Marlborough Road Prince Alfred A 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel is suspended by a bracket at first floor level on the corner of the Marlborough Road and Sussex Way elevations. One ground floor window on the Sussex Way frontage has gold 'WATNEYS' lettering. TrC 2014 .

London N19

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Upper Holloway, 492 Hornsey Road Fox & Hounds (former) Closed 2001. Converted to residential. A red Watney's 'red barrel' motif to an inset roundel between windows to the first floor, has been covered as part of the conversion. TrC 2014 .
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London N19

Whitbread & Co Ltd London, EC1 Upper Holloway, 557 Holloway Road Norfolk Arms (former) Closed in about 2003 and converted to commercial use. Three large stone panels on the front elevation, set back behind the ground floor frontage: 'WHITBREAD'S FINE ALES' incorporating a 'deer' motif; 'REBUILT A1900D'; 'THE NORFOLK ARMS'. TrC 2014 .

London N19

Watney Combe Reid & Co Ltd - Stag Brewery, Pimlico; and Mortlake Brewery Upper Holloway, 563 Holloway Road Mulberry Tree (renamed Floirin) A projecting 'WATNEY COMBE REID - 1898' roundel with 'stag' motif, suspended by a bracket on the Holloway Road frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N19

Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Upper Holloway, 622 Holloway Road Crown A Courage gold cockerel mounted above the hanging sign on the Holloway Road frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N19

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 Upper Holloway, 665 Holloway Road Mother Red Cap A Taylor Walker 'cannon' device tops an empty sign frame at first floor level on the Holloway Road frontage. TrC 2014 .

London N22

Taylor Walker & Co Ltd Limehouse, E14 Alexandra Palace, Station Road Starting Gate (formerly Alexandra Palace Hotel) There were two Taylor Walker 'cannon' devices within the semi-circular ironwork above the hanging signs on each elevation. Google in 2015 indicates that only the Station Road one survives. TrC 2014; Google 2015 .

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