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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
18th September 1970 Rock guitar legend Jimi Hendrix dies in London.
18th September 1962 Footballer John Fashanu was born in Kensington.
18th September 1946 Actor Nicholas Clay was born in Streatham.
18th September 1922 Brass Band composer Ray Steadman-Allen was born in Clapton.
18th September 1809 The Royal Opera House opened for the first time.
The pub was in The Beatles 'Help' and 'A Hard Day's Night' films
Location: 27 Strand On The Green, W4 3PH
Description: A really fine old riverside pub, original called The Navigators Arms and built as long ago as 1484. It was renamed in the 19th century when the Lord Mayor of London used to park, sorry moor, his grand barge outside.
Part of the Beatles' film 'Help' was made here and the towpath outside was used in both that film and 'A Hard Day's Night'.
Ringo ordered two lagers and lime and two lagers and lime for the fab four.
Tagged in this Tour: The Ultimate Beatles Tour