|Status:||Closed and demolished|
215 Bermondsey Street, SE1
Note: The location on these maps is approximate.
|Former address:||242 Bermondsey Street (1851)|
|Historical parish:||Southwark St Olave|
|Notes:||This would have been demolished for the construction of the railway lines into London Bridge. It is at least possible that the "Lady and Cat" (see separate entry) was an earlier name for this, as a 1791 Sun Fire Office insurance records links the owner of 241 Bermondsey St to a pub of that name (not that it need necessarily have been adjoining this address).|
|Sources:||Open date: Archives
Close date: Pubs History
PO 1839/1841 (as "Grapes")/1856 (all as "New Grapes" except where noted)
|References:||MS 11936/490/991356 (as "Grapes")
MS 11936/490/991357 ("Grapes")
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