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QUEEN’S HEAD, VAUXHALL WALK, LAMBETH

The Queen's Head public house, 71 Black Prince Road, Lambeth (previously No.48 Broad Street). The pub existed pre-1780 and was rebuilt in 1890. Initially a Free House, it was owned by Messrs Barclay Perkins and later Courage. Charlie Chaplin's uncle was the licensee in 1900. It has since closed and in 2011 became a cafe.Ref: SP12/608/QUE.1

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Collection:
Image type:Photograph
Artist:M.D.Trace
Ref:04717
Original ref:SP12/608/QUE.1
Date:1965

1951 - 1975BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREFOOD AND DRINKINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESLAMBETHPhotographSTREET FURNITURE

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