Status: Closed and demolished
Address: 15-16 Joiner Street, SE1 (streetmap) (osm) (gmap) (bingmap) (streetview)
Note: The location on these maps is approximate.
London borough: Southwark
Former name(s): Ship and Star [possibly]
Historical parish: Southwark St Olave
Dates open: [1791]-[1839]
Notes: There is a "Ship and Star" pub listed on Joiner Street in Sun Fire Office insurance records dating to 1811 and earlier, which may have been this pub (or it may have been a separate establishment), but it's likely this pub would have had a different name before 1839 (as the station opened in 1836). The map marker is approximately where 15 Joiner St is shown on Horwood's 1799 map, on the east side of the street around halfway down.
Sources: Open date: Archives
PO 1839 (as "Railway")
References: MS 11936/379/589136
MS 11936/400/639558
MS 11936/409/668027
MS 11936/452/854814 (all as "Ship and Star")
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