Lamb and Flag public house in James Street
Lamb and Flag public house in James Street
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Lamb and Flag public house in James Street
View of front elevation of The Lamb and Flag public house, 24 James Street, Marylebone, at the junction with Barrett Street. This pub was first licensed in 1777 and rebuilt in its current form in 1890. Courage brewery sign. On the opposite corner at number 26 is Oodles restaurant with tables outside under an awning. Adjacent business premises include The Antiques Supermarket at 3-5 Barret Street with stalls outside under awnings and entrance to St. Christopher’s Place, and Oriental Antiquities Limited wth awning. In foreground is a pedestrian traffic island with iron bollards and iron railings to entrance of public lavatories. Parked cars.
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