Categories design photography Gallery: London Breweries Post author By Boak & Bailey Post date 1st February 2014 2 Comments on Gallery: London Breweries The George the Fourth, Portsmouth Street, Holborn. The Red Lion & Wheatsheaf, Deptford High Street. (No longer a pub.) The Queen’s Head, Black Prince Road. (Now a cafe.) Turner’s Old Star, Watts Street, Wapping. The Blind Beggar, Whitechapel Road. (Side of pub, long zoom!) The Duke of Sussex, Bayliss Road, Waterloo. The Old Justice, Bermondsey Wall. Signs and livery for Watney’s, Charrington, Courage, Wenlock, Hoare’s, Truman’s and Taylor Walker. Tags gallery ← Beer Geeks of 1939 → News, Nuggets and Long Reads 01/02/2014 2 replies on “Gallery: London Breweries” Can I use some of these images on my blog? My never-ending series on London beers in the 1920’s needs visual excitement. It’s certainly not going to come from the words. Loading... Of course. Email us if there’s anything particular you need and we can have a dig through our archive, too. (NOTICE: That’s Ron asking us permission and us giving it to *him*. These photos aren’t free for just anyone to use for anything they like, especially for-profit websites and publications. But ask us nicely and we might say yes.) Loading... Comments are closed.