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THE FEATHERS TAVERN, CUPER’S BRIDGE, WATERLOO

The Feathers Tavern at Cuper's Bridge, Lambeth (now Waterloo). Adjacent on the left is a chandler's shop. The tavern was first recorded in 1760, but was rebuilt when Waterloo Bridge was constructed immediately behind these buildings. It closed in 1951 and was demolished.Coloured engraving by B. Howlett after a drawing by H. de Curt. Published 1st January 1825 by Robert Wilkinson.Ref: LP12/608/FEA.1b

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Image type:Pen and Ink
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Ref:10134
Original ref:LP 12/608/FEA.1B
Date:1825

-Before 1850FOOD AND DRINKINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESOPEN SPACESPen and InkRIVERS AND WATERCOURSESWATERLOO

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