The William IV public house in Thornhill Road
The William IV public house in Thornhill Road
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The William IV public house in Thornhill Road
A view of The William IV public house on the corner of Thornhill Road and Bewdley Street, Islington. This Ind Coope pub has a large name board depicting an image of William IV and an upstairs terrace on Bewdley Street. There are various vehicles including a Mini and a Morris Traveller. A lady in a scarf is pushing a shopping trolley. This pub has been demolished and houses now occupy the site.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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