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THE GEORGE AND DRAGON, 82 ALBERT EMBANKMENT, VAUXHALL

Composite plan of the George and Dragon public house at No. 82 Albert Embankment, Vauxhall, and surrounding area including Marble Hall Lane. The plan, drawn by architect A. Dixon, shows a proposal for the new urinals - sanitation being the most common feature on drainage records. The pub was first recorded in 1801 and was demolished c.1962. From Drainage Records, dated 9th July 1920.Ref: LBL/DCEPS/DRG/96

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Collection:Drainage Records
Image type:Drawing
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Ref:11256
Original ref:LBL/DCEPS/DRG/96
Date:1920

1901 - 1925BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREDrainage RecordsDrawingINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESROADS AND STREETSVAUXHALL

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