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Robert Peel pub Robert Peel pub

Memorial: Robert Peel pub

Inscription

1788 - 1850

Site: Robert Peel pub (1 memorial)

EC2, Bishopsgate, 178, ex-pub

This building has been through interesting times. It looks like it started off in the Georgian period and had a major refacing round about 1930 when the windows were replaced and the tiled front added. And then the ground floor front suffered the standard anonymising sometime 1960-1990, but they left the lovely tiles for us to enjoy.

According to Rob Jerrard there has been a Station House or Police station in Bishopsgate since about 1737, and there is still one nearby at number 182.

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Robert Peel pub

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46862

Sir Robert Peel, PM

MP and Prime Minister in the 1830s and 40s. Reorganised the London police for...

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