Victorian & Edwardian Pubs

The pubs here are those built during the big pub building boom of the late 19th century and early 20th century - from roughly the 1860s to about 1906. These were the impressive, richly decorated and often lavish "gin palaces", a stark contrast to the humble beerhouse. For a wider range of dates see 19th Century Pubs and 20th Century Pubs.

West Yorkshire
Imposing Victorian pub with unspoilt interior

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West Yorkshire
Imposing town centre pub

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West Midlands
Red brick & terracotta classic

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Greater Manchester
Unaltered town centre pub

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Greater London
Spectacular Victorian interior

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Wiltshire
Town pub with impressive bow window

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West Yorkshire
Canalside real ale pub

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West Midlands
Extravagant Victorian gin palace

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Merseyside
Community pub with superb etched glass

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Greater London
Stunning Arts & Crafts pub

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Lancashire
Ornate corner local

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Greater Manchester
Unspoilt community local

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