King's Head

Status: Closed and demolished
Address: 31 Webb Street, SE1 (streetmap) (osm) (gmap) (bingmap) (streetview)
Note: The location on these maps is approximate.
London borough: Southwark
Former name(s): Old King's Head
Former address: 16 Webb Street (1856)
Historical parish: Southwark St Olave
Dates open: [1825]-[1861]
Notes: This street no longer exists. This would have been demolished for the construction of the railway lines into London Bridge. Horwood's 1799 map shows 16 Webb St at the western corner of the intersection with John Street (now Fenning Street, and rather shorter than it was originally).
Sources: Open date: Archives
Close date: Pubs History
PO 1839/1856 (all as "King's Head")
References: MS 11936/400/632366 (as "Old Kings Head")
MS 11936/418/700458 (as "Old Kings Head")
MS 11936/519/1103550
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