Stained Glass in Pubs

Beautifully colourful stained and leaded glass first became used as a decoration in the sumptuous pubs of the late Victorian and Edwardian era and many wonderful examples of art nouveau windows still exist. It continued to be popular in the 1920 and 1930s, though less extravagant and there have been occasional exceptional new windows added in recent years.

West Yorkshire
Imposing town centre pub

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West Midlands
Red brick & terracotta classic

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West Midlands
Extravagant Victorian gin palace

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South Yorkshire
Unaltered 1930s local

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Greater London
Stunning Arts & Crafts pub

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Greater Manchester
Unspoilt community local

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South Yorkshire
Community pub with ‘Sheffield Carols’

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Lincolnshire
Bateman’s pub next to Boston Stump

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New Town, Edinburgh
Spectacular Edinburgh institution

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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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South Yorkshire
Unspoilt Edwardian pub

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