Single Image Page

Single Image Page

Title

THE GEORGE PUBLIC HOUSE, RAILTON ROAD, BRIXTON

The George, a public house built in the 1930s on Railton Road, Brixton. The pub was destroyed during the 1981 Brixton riots. A South London Press report at the time stated: 'The burning of the George pub in Railton Road was undoubtedly an act of revenge for years of racial discrimination. In the early 1960s it was the scene of demonstrations on this issue and in 1966 its then manager was reported to the Race Relations Board. There was more trouble in 1975 when the licensee banned gays'.Photo by Art-Wood PhotographyRef: LBL/DTP/UD/2/1/18/124

Copies cannot be purchased on the site as the image is copyright to a third party.
Please send enquiries about copies and use to archives@lambeth.gov.uk.


Details
Collection:Department of Town Planning
Image type:Photograph
Artist:
Ref:09030
Original ref:LBL/DTP/UD2/1/18/124
Date:c.1975

1951 - 1975BRIXTON CENTRALBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREDepartment of Town PlanningFOOD AND DRINKPeoplePhotographTRANSPORT

Buy This Print

Buy This Print

Size Price (inc VAT) Shipping UK
(6"x4" & 10"x8" £2.50)
(Other £3.99)
Worldwide
(£5.99)
6"x4" £8.75
10"x8" £15.50
16"x12" £25.00
20"x16" £31.25

Other Photos Nearby

Other Photos Near Map