The Grapes Public House; 1925
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actual image size: 22cm x 28cm

The Grapes Public House; 1925

© PLA collection/Museum of London

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The Grapes, formerly The Bunch of Grapes in Limehouse, was the famous public house supposedly described by Dickens as The six Jolly Fellowship Porters in Our Mutual friend. The pub no longer exists and has now become luxury apartments.

This image is on page 76 London's Changing Riverscape


1925 AD - 1925 AD

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