The White Horse on Poplar High Street
The White Horse on Poplar High Street
The White Horse on Poplar High Street
The White Horse Public House, Poplar High Street, Tower Hamlets. View of a horse-drawn dray wagon with two dray-drivers. Behind them is the two-storey brick building operating as the White Horse In the middle is the name of the Public House, and above a relief of a white horse. The stand-alone sign for the Public House includes a statute of a horse. The Public House managed by Trumans. Besides the pub are two smaller two-storey houses, the wooden one operating as a shop. The brick building includes a dormer window in the roof. Although the Public House was demolished in the the early twenty-first-century, the inn sign survives and is Grade II listed, List Entry Number 1065068.
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
42.1 WHI
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