The White Swan on Tudor Street
The White Swan on Tudor Street
The White Swan on Tudor Street
View of the exterior of White Swan Public House on Tudor Street, City of London. Consists of a four-storey brick building with classical motifs on the windows. Above he ground floor is the sign for the pub, containing a swan on land. The pilasters on the ground floor are of marbled stone and contain cartouches. The pilaster flanking the doorway contain reliefs of swans. The Public House is managed by Trumans. The pub is flanked by a four-storey building on the left and an alleyway on the right. Part of the view is blocked by parked vans from the Evening News. Believed to date from the the late nineteenth-century, the Public House may have served workers of the printing press located in Northcliffe House nearby. The pub was closed in the late twentieth-century and now hosts a cafe.
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