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Lost Pubs In Worthing, Sussex

Name Year Closed Information

Admiral Nelson

     

Albion Hotel

1961 Portland Road. Now retail premises.  

Black Lion

1839 71 Church Cottages, Tarring. Known as the Black Horse until 1770.  

Buckingham Arms

1987 Montague Street. Now retail premises.  

Castle Inn

1911 36 High Street, Tarring.

Clifton Arms

  137 Clifton Road.

Clock

1876 Chapel Road.  

Downview Inn

2017 Downview Road.  

Dragoon

1969 Market Street. Opened as the Volunteer c. 1820 Now demolished.  

Duke Of Wellington

  Marine Parade.  

Egremont Arms

2009 Brighton Road. Now reopened!  

 

Engineers Arms

1927 Broadwater. Opened in 1880.  

Feathers

1926 53 Portland Road. Previously called the Ostrich.  

Globe

2012 73 Newland Road.  

Half Brick

2008 221 Brighton Road.

Kings Arms

1965 99 Montague Street. Opened 1830. Now demolished.  

Lennox Hotel

     

Litten Tree

c.2003 82 Marine Parade.

Marine Hotel

1965 Previously known as the New Inn. Now demolished.  

Montague Arms

  149 Montague Street.

Nelson Inn

1961 40 South Street.

New Street Inn

   

Norfolk Arms Hotel

2005 Chapel Road. Built 1850, now demolished.  

Portland Tavern

  44 Portland Road.

Rambler Inn

1931 12 West Street. Site of Wyvern Court.  

 

Royal George

1968 29 Market Street. Built 1810, now demolished.  

Running Horse Inn

1961 21 Paragon Street. Now demolished. Previously known as the Jolly Fisherman.  

Ship

1984 31 South Street.

Ship Inn

  Church Road, Tarring. 17th century pub.  

Spaniard Hotel

  Portland Road. Opened c. 1790, now demolished and replaced by a branch of Boots.  

Victoria Arms

1984 103 Montague Street. Now retail premises.  

Volunteer

1969 5 Market Street. Opened c. 1820, now demolished.  

White Hart

1984 121 Montague Street. Opened c. 1835, now demolished.  

Wigmore Arms

2005 Wigmore Road. Opened 1926, now demolished for flats.  

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