formerly Northumberland Arms 11 London Road Pub built in 1853. Locally listed as “11 London Rd”. History A pub since at least 1853. On right hand side of building you can see evidence of where the building was attached to the old railway bridge which crossed the London Rd. Numbers 1-11 London Road were locally listed with it, but these have been demolished and redeveloped. … Continue reading O’Briens
183 London Road
Public House built in 17th century.
Grade II Statutory Listed.
In Syon Park Conservation Area.
English Heritage Listing
C18 with later alterations. Stock brick. 2 parallel pitched roofs. Parapet.3 storeys. Front elevation has bay window at 1st floor level. 3 windows,have brick arcading at 1st and 2nd floor level. 2 windows on the righthand ground floor elevation have timber mullions and transom – probably C19. Continue reading “Coach and Horses”
Boston Manor Road TW8 8EA Public house built in 1840 with 1930s additions. In St Paul’s Conservation Area. History On this site by at least 1840. Altered and extended in the 1930s. Further Information 020 8560 5860 (no website) Provides accommodation as well. One of the best pint of Pride in Brentford. Pub’s History Continue reading The King’s Arms
17 Albany Road Pub built in 1900, possibly early Nowell Parr. In St Paul’s Conservation Area. History Built by the Royal Brewery, Brentford in 1900. Stained glass windows inside. Strip Club Charge for Pub Landlord July, 2009 ‘Disgraceful’ pub to keep its doors open as landlord says ‘I’ve learned my lesson’ March 2010 Pub History [mapsmarker marker=”130″] Continue reading Albany Arms
25 Clayponds Lane TW8 0BN Built before 1888, rebuilt 1921/2 History First named in 1888. Rebuilt 1921/2 to Nowell Parr design. Study of site done by Chiswick Library local studies in 2009 when it had been closed for some some time. As of September 2013, being converted into houses. See Pub History [mapsmarker marker=”127″] Continue reading The Pottery Arms
23 Ealing Road TW8 0JU Pub built in 1888 although remodelled at a later date. History In a directory from 1888 and originally a dominant corner building with small cottages along Albany and Ealing Roads on either side. The roof line of the neighbouring cottage can be seen on the end wall in Ealing Road. Attractive glass and mosaic tiled doorway. In 2012 seems to … Continue reading Royal Horse Guardsman
67-69 Ealing Road Pub built in 1853, now 3 houses. Locally listed. History First recorded 1853. 1960s and 70s was a jazz pub used by The Temperance Seven for rehearsals. Pub made famous as The Flying Swan in Robert Rankin’s novels. Converted to houses in 2009. Further Information See Pub History [mapsmarker marker=”123″] Continue reading Bricklayers Arms (former)
Previously the Duke of York
Brook Road North (on corner with York Road)
Pub built in 1898.
Original building on York Rd in Victorian gothic style with turret. Extension on Great West Rd in Neo-Georgian or ‘Road House’ style. According to source “RIBApix” the pub was extended by local architects Nowell Parr and Son. Continue reading “New England Pub (former)”
9 Enfield Road TW8 9NY Public House reconstructed in 1927. History Originally a beerhouse that belonged to Fuller Smith & Turner. Reconstructed in 1927. It seems there was also a Lord Nelson in the High Street near St Lawrence’s Church. Further Information The Lord Nelson [mapsmarker marker=”100″] Continue reading The Lord Nelson
104 Windmill Road TW8 9NA Public house built c1888 History First appears in 1888 directory. Fuller Smith & Turner acquired it in 1908. Large globe on the roof above the corner door. Further Information As of September 2013 building works currently in progress on a sign on the roof. One of the few pubs in Brentford to have regular live bands. The Globe, Brentford [mapsmarker … Continue reading The Globe