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Lost Pubs In Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire

Name Year Closed Information

Anchor

Situated on the riverbank at Hartford.

Bell

1990s St Germain St. Demolished to make way for supermarket. Last landlord was Raymond Tatman.

Bull

  Adjacent to St Marys church. Now demolished.

Coach & Horses

1992 54 Ermine Street. Now a bed & breakfast establishment. Publican in 1914 was William Brattle.  

Cromwell's

1996

Duke Of Cumberland

  13 High Street. Publican in 1914 was Charles Thompson.  

Falcon

2008 Market Hill. 16th century pub. Now reopened!!

Fountain Inn

  Market Hill. 18th century inn. Publican in 1812 was J Butt, in 1843 J Cartwright.

General Peel

1960s The Common. 

Golden Lion

  St Germain St. 

Queens Head

  44 High Street. Publican in 1914 was Asher Dew.

Railway Inn

  Brampton Road. Publican in 1914 was Arthur Brattle.

Rose & Crown

  76 Ermine Street. Publican in 1914 was George Quince.

Spread Eagle

  56 High Street. Publican in 1914 was Joseph Peacock.

Territorial

  High Street. Now demolished.

Swan

  George Street. 

White Horse

  70 Ermine Street. 

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