Pubs with two names, no.12

The Prince Albert’s attempt to pass itself off as Central Station has been fundamentally undermined by some dodgy sticky backed plastic. Thanks to Henry S for this pic of the pub in Wharfdale Road, near Kings Cross.


Pubs with two names, no.11

I am indebted to Henry S for his photo of The Kings Arms (check the windows) in Northington Street, WC1, pretending to be ‘The Lady Ottoline’.

Pubs with two names, no.10

It’s The Woodman in Lee High Road, SE13, pretending to be a plumbers’ merchants called Berhams.


Pubs with two names, no.9

Here’s The Prince of Wales in Hampstead Road, NW1, pretending to be ‘Shaker & Company’.


Pubs with two names, no.8

Here’s the St Martin’s Tavern in Camden pretending to be a Japanese restaurant called Sen Nin.


Pubs with two names, no.7

The Sir Isaac Newton in all its 1892 Victorian glory, has mutated into the rather more prosaic Megan’s. On the corner of St John’s Wood High Street and Allitsen Road, it’s a riot of period detail.


Pubs with two names no.6

The Camden Head stopped being The Liberties Bar and reverted to its original name in 2009. The large (no longer alas) illuminated sign hasn’t caught up.