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JACK STAMPS PUBLIC HOUSE, WEST NORWOOD

The now closed Jack Stamps public house, on the corner of Norwood Road and Robson Road, was formerly known as the Thurlow Arms Hotel, named after the Lord Chancellor Lord Thurlow. Robson Road was originally known as 'Cemetery Wall' but was renamed after the first superintendent of the adjacent West Norwood Cemetery. Photographed on 16th May 2004. Digital image courtesy of Keith Holdaway, 2004.Ref: SPd 4029/7/Lam.339

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Collection:Keith Holdaway Collection
Image type:Photograph
Artist:Holdaway
Ref:06634
Original ref:SPd4029/7/Lam339
Date:2004

1976 to dateFOOD AND DRINKKeith Holdaway CollectionPhotographROADS AND STREETSWEST NORWOOD

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