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Lost Pubs In Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire

Name Year Closed Information  
Angel Inn 1730s Lovell End.  
Bear Inn 1740s 24 High Street.   
Bell & Woolpack 1929 Lake Street. Previously known as The Little Bell.  
Black Boy Inn 1750s High Street.  
Black Horse 2016 21 North Street.    
Black Lion   23 High Street. Now reopened!!  
Boot 1904 Market Square.  
Bridge Hotel   Bridge Street. Demolished to make way for road widening. Previously known as The Ram, The Running Horse, The Sow & Pigs and The Shoulder Of Mutton.  
Buffalo 1913 North Square. Previously known as The Leathern Bottle and The Windmill. Now in retail use.  
Bull 1850s 44 High Street.
Carpenters Arms 1929 Bassett Road. Now used as a private house.  
Coach & Horses 1926 Lake Street. Previously known as The Star and The Catherine Wheel.  
Cock Inn 1782 High Street. Now used as a building society.  
Cross Keys 1988 Market Square. Now used as a bank.  
Crown   72 North Street.  
Curriers Arms   Market Square. Now used as a shop.  
Dolphin   Hockcliffe Road. Now used as private accommodation.  
Eagle   Billington Road. Now demolished and replaced by housing.  
Eagle & Child 1807 Market Square. Now used as retail premises.  
Ewe & Lamb 1972 17 Bridge Street. 
Falcon   Stanbridge Road.  
George & Dragon 1862 Lake Street. Previously known as The George.  
Greyhound 1924 Market Square. Now demolished.  
Kings Arms 1913 North Street.  

 

Maidenhead Inn   Lake Street. Now demolished.  
Mermaid   29 High Street. Now demolished and replaced by a clothing store.  
Nags Head 2005 1 Mill Road.
Nags Head 1861 Lake Street. Demolished and replaced by a chemists shop.  
Peacock 1979 Lake Street. Now used as a Thai restaurant.  
Plume Of Feathers 1979 Lake Street. Now demolished.  
Queens Head 1730s 21 Market Square. Previously known as The Crown & Thistle.  
Railway Hotel   Station Approach.
Ram Inn 1990s St Andrews Street.
Roebuck 2013 2 Hockcliffe Street.
Rose & Crown   2 Lake Street. Previously known as The Crown.
Royal Oak 1926 Friday Street. Demolished in the 1960s.  
Saracens Head 1850s High Street. Previously known as The Tartars Head.  
Three Horseshoes 1790s North Street.   
Travellers Rest   Heath Road. 
White Lion 2007 87 North Street.
Wyvern   Eaton Green Road.  

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