Inn Signs

Inn signs outside pubs have been around since medieval times. Signs usually display an image related to the name of the pub and most hang from a bracket attached to the pub. Other signs are freestanding and some (gallows signs) cross the full width of the road. Some signs are three dimensional, sometimes carved in stone or wood and sometimes sculpted.

Peak District, Derbyshire
Picturesque setting next to the River Wye

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Greater London
The oldest pub in Marylebone

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Essex
1950s village local

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Cambridgeshire:
Famous coaching inn on the A1

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West Yorkshire
Historic pub in the market square

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Lake District, Cumbria
Lakeland pub on a village green

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West Midlands
1920s ‘improved’ pub

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West Yorkshire
Popular riverside pub

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Greater London
Art Deco West End pub

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Wiltshire
18th Century coaching inn

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Dorset
Thatched pub near Lulworth Cove

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Hampshire
Picturesque thatched dining pub

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