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The Marquis of Lorne
This is a classic gem of a Victorian boozer.
Location: 49a Dalyell Road, Brixton, Lambeth, SW9 9SA
Description: This cracking gem of a pub between Brixton and Stockwell is beautifully-tiled and restored to its original ale-house origins. It's been grade 2 listed since 1981.
The name over the door is the publican Theodore Townsend Castle - who ran this place at the time it was tiled in the 1880s.