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LIFEGUARDSMAN
Where was / is the LIFEGUARDSMAN ?
Royal Stout is on draught.


14.05.2017
Tony Davis finds the house was at
43 Hogarth Lane, Chiswick.
It was bombed during WWII.


It says Steward & Patteson on the lamp,
so a fair chance this is in Norfolk.


23/03/2016 - The eagle eyes of Bunny LH trace this to the
GARDEN HOUSE at Mundham.
The distinctive lantern being the identifier on an image published in the EDP the same day.


 
The CROSS KEYS
had licensee
William J Frith 


A confirmed location 30/05/2014 by Paul Fuller puts the house at
HOYLAND, South Yourkshire, S740PY.

Considerably extended, the house still trades today.


 RED LION

 
RED LION

In the background there is a pub, but not much can be seen. Where was `THE GOLDEN MORNING OF LOVE' ?

Please note - The original of this was `Lost in the Post ' when being returned to the owner - If you ever see it please advise!

This identified as WESTON a couple of miles south of Baldock.
SG4 7DE

Thanks to Paul 05.2014 & 05.2016




The GEORGE HOTEL

Located to Lower Brailes, Oxfordshire.
( Or Warwickshire according to Google Earth )
by Tim Edgell - March 2013.




 

The Stag Inn advertising Burton Ales.

Identified by Nick Smith as still in business at
15 Great Oak St, LLANIDLOES, Wales



 

The GOLDEN RULE & licensee Victor Harold Bennett.

Still trading at

SMITHY BROW
AMBLESIDE
CUMBRIA

ID Feb 2006 by Stewart Marsh & LRLH


 

 Believed to be a Norfolk house.
...... but no other clues.

Identified 03/2012 by BLH as the
BRISTON HORSESHOES.


CART WHEEL

The CART WHEEL
has licensee Thomas Hiscock waiting for trade.

The house still trading at

WHITSBURY
FORDINGBRIDGE
HANTS 01755 518362



 

  The WHITE HORSE
CHARLES WELLS Ales on sale.

Is at 84 Newnham Avenue, Bedford
Tel : 01234 409306

Positively identified 16.03.06 by Dennis Taylor
a onetime `Savage from the Fens'.





The WINDMILL is selling
TAYLOR WALKER Prize Beers

Identified June 2006 by Peter Williams
as at BUSHEY HEATH.

 

 

 
 




Where is St Cross and what was the pub in the distance called ?

03.2005 : Phil King suggests South Elmham in North Suffolk
and the house would then be the FOX & HOUNDS.

  Image by B L-H
Bunny Linford-Hazell positively identifies the scene
as South Elmham and confirms that the house was the FOX & HOUNDS.



 

 


The WELLINGTON HOTEL
was selling CROWN ALES.


......and is still trading as the WELLINGTON
at Bolton Road, Bury, Greater Manchester.

A fine ID by Phil Child 08.2006

 

 




 
E Deacon ran the
GLO'STER
at no 187.
Teddy is to the left standing next to Jim.
Old Teddy stands in the doorway
Tom appears to be the cat at the right.

This is 187 Sloane Street, Chelsea.

Trading today as the GLOUCESTER after apparent
rebuilding following WWII damage ?

Bunny chalks up another! 08.08.06



The ARK - Image taken by the ggrandfather of Adrian Taylor in the 1890's

 

The ARK is selling Fine Ales
But where?
Not much resemblance to the Ark at Thetford...

It turns out that the ARK was located at
CATTAWADE, Suffolk.

Today it operates as a Chinese Restaurant.

A fine piece of work by Bunny Linford-Hazell 07.09.06






 The BULL INN
ARTHUR HERBERT licensee / brewer

 

Tracked to Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk
by Bunny LH 10.09.06





The CASTLE : Isaac Sadd is licensee
and Greene King Ales are on sale.

OCTOBER 2006
Identified by Peter Elund ( Australia )
as being at
High Street
Earls Colne
ESSEX

Still trading today see:-
http://thecastlepub.net/







The GEORGE INN
Henry Wray is licensee.
Looks to be in a valley.

...... and is still trading at 
Hubberholme, Skipton, North Yorkshire.


Thank you Bunny.


 
WHITE HORSE


Elijah & Annie Kettle
were serving PARKERS ALES at the
WHITE HORSE

The house is identified by Rod Kettle as being at
Tunstall - Stoke On Trent
141/143 Brownhills Road
Today selling Banks' Beers but has previously sold
Parkers Ales, Ind Coope & Allsop, Joules and Ansells.

Annie Kettle is standing in the door and the dog is most likely called Vic.
Elijah & Annie kept the house from about 1922 to 1962.






The WHITE HART . On the other side of the road are the businesses of Mr Adamson ?, Mr Mitchell and somebody offering haircutting, shaving, cigars & tobacco. A difficult scene to date but horses still seem to be the main transport of the day, so pre 1920 ?

 October 2007
Phil Child traces the house to
High Street, Chobham, Surrey.

Today it is the White Hart Restaurant




 



The CROWN is selling Morgans Ales
and the licensee was Charles Ayres ?


21 Feb 2008 - Bunny Linford-Hazell recognises this house as being at 
Great Ellingham
Norfolk.
 




The SPARROW 
Selling Morlands Ales

 

18 March 2008 :- Don Parry identifies the house at
Letcombe Regis
Near Wantage




The CANNON INN
on the corner of New Street.......

November 2008 - Still trading in St Neots
under the sign of the HYDE PARK

ID Nov 2008 by Bruce E Bailey






A sign to the left and the pub to the right,
but where?

Nigel Bown tracks this down to Denton near Grantham.
The WELBY ARMS is the pub.




No clues apart from Ind Coope ales on sale. 

........ but nevertheless Peter Williams locates the house as
the DRILL at Romford.

Rebuilt in the 1930/40's the address today is
400 Brentwood Road, RM2 6DH
 
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