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The Green Man



The Green Man

Once the haunt of highwaymen, including Dick Turpin.

Location: Putney Heath, SW15 3NG

Description: What a pub...once the haunt of numerous highwaymen. Indeed, Dick Turpin is reputed to have stored his guns here, while Jerry Abershaw was hanged from a gibbet outside.

Nowadays it is a lot more civilised...the main bar is small, there is a leafy garden at the rear, and the menu and Young's beer are very tasty.


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Credits: The London Paper - 3rd October 2006

The Green Man

Once the haunt of highwaymen, including Dick Turpin.


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