Not much left to identify here!
The Public Bar etched windows have survived so far.....
A slightly harder one.....
They played billiards here.
The PLOUGH INN
With very little else to give a clue to location.
Selling Ind Coope Ales
Photographer with studios in
Ipswich & Colchester.
Phil Child advises 08.08.05...
This reminds me of the BOOT INN at Freston just south of Ipswich.
The sloping roof was at the right side of the pub when viewed from the
road to Sholtey. If so then the photo was taken at the rear of the
building as it is now.
Can you confirm?
Where was SEMI BILLARDS PLAYED?
The CROSS KEYS
William J Frith
but no other clues.....
21.07.06 - It has been discovered
William Firth ( Note Spelling ) was running the
CROSS KEYS at 80 High
Street Evesham in 1896.
Now the name here is definitely FRITH not FIRTH and the photo was taken
perhaps some 20 years later, but is the 1896 directory entry wrong?
The WHITE LION
J. E. BEDFORD is licensee
Choice wines & spirits
Accommodation for cyclists.
Graham believes this to be at Princes
Can anybody confirm?
The RISING SUN - a beerhouse.
MORGANS ALES on sale.
THOMAS BRADSHAW licensee.
Should be easy!
15.09.06 - Strong evidence from Bunny that this may
Wimblington, Cambridgeshire.......Any confirmation?
The WHITE HORSE
is on the right hand side of this
BULLAS ( Not Bullards ! )
An early image - pre 1900
The sign appears to read :-
BULLAS WHITE HOUSE INN
01.02.2006 - Mary Anglin suggests Halifax - Can you
The ...... ARMS ?
Looks like the corner has been rebuilt.....