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Prince of Wales pub, Stockwell

Building  To 13/10/1940

Categories: War Memorial WW2

The Prince of Wales public house was at 294 Clapham Road on the corner of Paradise Road from at least 1856. On Sunday 13th October 1940 a WW2 bomb destroyed the front section of the pub killing 32 people inside.Pubwiki says "The Saloon {the back section including a billiard hall} was reopened as a lock up on 10th April 1941. Then closed because of enemy action on 29th June 1944."

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Prince of Wales WW2 bomb

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