Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
This listing includes St Antholin parish from 1851; and only the Golden Fleece is in St Pancras Soper lane at this time.
An Survey of London in 1732 describes St Pancras Soper lane parish : "This
Parish begins at the Feathers tavern on the south side of Cheapide, and extends
eastward to within 1 house of Bird in Hand alley, in Queen street it reaches
from Cheapside southward, to the Rummer Tavern, inclusive on the east side, and
to Well court on the west side: and in Pancras lane it takes in 5 houses on the
north side, and 4 on the south side.
|Golden Fleece, 9 Queen Street, Cheapside EC4||Yes||Yes|
|Rummer Tavern, Queen street, Cheapside, EC4||Yes||Yes|
|Sugar Loaf, 24 Queen Street, Cheapside EC4||Yes||Yes|
|Three Cranes Coffee House, 56 Watling Street, Cheapside, EC4||No||Yes|
|Three Cranes, 57 Watling Street, Cheapside, EC4||No||Yes|
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