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Lost Pubs In Wallingford, Oxfordshire

Name Year Closed Information
Anchor 1940 St Leonards Lane.
Beehive 1976 High Street.
Dukes Head 1880 St Marys Street. Demolished to be replaced by a Temperance Hall.
Farriers Arms 1909 St Marys Street. Previously known as The King William IV and The Railway Arms.  
Fat Ox 1940 Hart Street.
Feathers 1959 St Martins Street.
Fleur De Lys High Street.
French Horn 1911 Church Lane.
Greyhound 1950 St Johns Road. Now demolished.
Hope & Anchor 1916 High Street.
Ironmongers Arms 1914 Market Place.
Jolly Gardener 1910 Wood Street.
Kings Arms 1920 St Marys Street.
Kings Head 1920 Market Street. Now demolished.
Lamb 1960 High Street.
Little House On The Corner By The Brook 1996 14 St Leonards Way.
Plough 1996 St Johns Road.
Red Lion Hotel 1940s High Street.
Royal 2008 St Marys Street. Now a restaurant.
Shakespear 1913 High Street.
Town Arms 102 High Street. Now reopened!!
Wagon & Horses 1927 Goldsmiths Lane.
White Hart 1962 St Marys Street.

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