Victorian & Edwardian Pubs

Most of the pubs here are were built during the big pub building boom of the late 19th century and early 20th century - from roughly the 1880s to about 1906. These were often large, impressive and richly decorated but many were more modest with plainer features. It also includes pubs built from 1800 to the 1870s. The most impressive Victorian and Edwardian pubs can also be found at Victorian Gin Palaces.

Merseyside
Part of the old Higsons/Cains Brewery

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Lancashire
Town centre beer specialist

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New Town, Edinburgh
Spectacular Edinburgh institution

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West Yorkshire
Stunning Victorian pub

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Greater Manchester
Classic unspoilt city boozer

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Nottinghamshire
Striking Watson Fothergill pub

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Greater London
Corner pub with stunning stained glass

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Greater London
East End boozer in the City

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City Centre, Glasgow
Once the Bank of Scotland

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West Midlands
Eye-catching tiled frontage

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Greater Manchester
Top beer pub in Northern Quarter

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Tyne & Wear
Heritage pub near quayside

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Merseyside
Showpiece pub next to the station

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City Centre, Glasgow
Striking glass and iron building

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South Yorkshire
Unspoilt Edwardian pub

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