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  • #16
    Great Prescot Street.

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    • #17
      As Robert said, just off of Leman Street.

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      • #18
        Very good

        Continuing, where is this pub?
        Bonus question - what was its previous name?

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        • #19
          You might expect the answer to the bonus question to be the Prince of Wales, but it's actually the King of Prussia. The pub is in Stratford.

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          • #20
            How about this one - where is it and what were its two previous names?

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            • #21
              King of Prussia - when we were friendly with them and there was no hint that they (or later Germany) may invade Oxford Street.
              King of Belgium - when we went to with Germany with France unusually as an ally.
              Bridge Lounge - when it decided to go trendy.

              On Tooley Street SE1. Been in there quite a few times.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Edward Stow View Post
                King of Prussia - when we were friendly with them and there was no hint that they (or later Germany) may invade Oxford Street.
                King of Belgium - when we went to with Germany with France unusually as an ally.
                Bridge Lounge - when it decided to go trendy.

                On Tooley Street SE1. Been in there quite a few times.
                Well done that man!

                (I've been in the other two, but not that one.)

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