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Lost Pubs In Wells Next The Sea, Norfolk

Name Year Closed Information  
Anchor 1906 Freeman Street.
Black Horse 19th c. Black Horse Yard.
Catesby   Staithe Street.
Crown & Anchor 1856 Staithe Street.
Dogger c.1891 Freeman Street. Known as The Carpenters Arms up to 1813.  
Eight Ringers c.1970 Church Plain.
Exchange 1883 Freeman Street.  
Grapes 1890 Staithe Street.
Green Dragon 1865 High Street.
Holkham Arms 1890s Leylands Yard.  
Jolly Sailor 1904 Jolly Sailor Yard.
Kings Arms 1910 Freeman Street.  
Lord Nelson 1905 The Quay. Previously known as The Half Moon.
Lugger 1840s Theatre Road.  
Norfolk Freeholders 1904 Jolly Sailor Yard.
Ostrich c.1914 Burnt Street.  
Park Tavern 1971 Park Road.  
Prince Of Wales 1964 Staithe Street.
Queens Head 19th c. East End Quay. Previously known as The Queen Adelaide.  
Railway Hotel   Station Road. Known later as The Tinkers, then The Lifeboat at time of closure.  
Red Lion 1906 Tunns Yard. Now demolished.  
Royal Oak 19th c. Burnt Street.  
Sailors Home 1903 Freeman Street.   
Ship 1967 Freeman Street. Previously known as The Ship.  
Shipwrights Arms c.1996 East End.  
Standard   Standard Road.  
Sun 1925 Sun Yard.  
Three Swans      
Three Tun 19th c. Tunns Yard.  
Vine 1965 High Street.  
Waggon & Horses 1910 Church Street.  
Wheatsheaf 19th c. Freeman Street.  

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