Old pubs in Harlow :: Shared Description

In 1971 I was a student on a foundation art course at Harlow Technical College. We were given a project on Harlow in 1948 - the year the New Town was planned. This involved, amongst other things, photographing the pubs which existed in the old town and what were then surrounding villages. Part of the reasoning behind this being that all pubs built as part of the New Town development were named after butterflies or moths so the older public houses stood out.
This is the resulting collection of images.
See also Shops in Old Harlow LinkExternal link
by Penny Mayes
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17 images use this description:

TL4708 : Red Lion, Potter Street by Penny Mayes
TL4411 : Dusty Miller, Burnt Mill Corner by Penny Mayes
TL4711 : The Crown Inn, Market Street by Penny Mayes
TL4811 : The Queen's Head, Churchgate Street by Penny Mayes
TL4308 : The Three Horseshoes, Great Parndon by Penny Mayes
TL4308 : The Three Horseshoes, Great Parndon by Penny Mayes
TL4308 : The Cock Inn, Great Parndon by Penny Mayes
TL4510 : The Greyhound, Netteswell Cross by Penny Mayes
TL4308 : The Cock Inn, Great Parndon by Penny Mayes
TL4711 : T R Gladwin, Market Street by Penny Mayes
TL4309 : The Hare, Hare Street by Penny Mayes
TL4712 : The White Horse, Harlowbury by Penny Mayes
TL4711 : The Marquis of Granby, Market Street by Penny Mayes
TL4711 : The Chequers, Market Street by Penny Mayes
TL4708 : The White Horse, Potter Street by Penny Mayes
TL4711 : The George, Station Road by Penny Mayes
TL4711 : The Green Man, Mulberry Green by Penny Mayes


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Created: Mon, 13 Feb 2012, Updated: Mon, 13 Feb 2012

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