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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

19th July 1975 Piccadilly line extension from Hounslow West opened as far as Hatton Cross.go to related location

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19th July 1821 The Coronation of George IV in Westminster Abbey.go to related location

Pub designed by Joseph Paxton



Pub designed by Joseph Paxton

Joseph Paxton's grand country house turned into a fine pub.

Location: Dulwich Wood House, 39 Sydenham Hill, Dulwich,, SE26 6RS

Description: This pub was designed by Sir Joseph Paxton, architect of the 'Crystal Palace' which housed the Great Exhibition of 1851, as a grand country house.

Inside it feels like a nice country pile and features photographs of the great fire that brought down Crystal Palace.

There are some great walks around here through Sydenham Woods, and you can often find a bbq in the garden here in Summer months.


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Pub designed by Joseph Paxton

Joseph Paxton's grand country house turned into a fine pub.


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