5 lost Kentish Town pubs


How many of these do you remember?



1. The Mitre

Mitre, 242 Grafton Road NW5. It's since been converted into flats. Photo:  Charrington Brewery
The Mitre, 1931. 242 Grafton Road NW5. It’s since been converted into flats. Photo: Charrington Brewery

2. Freemason’s

Freemasons, 1951. 37 Gilden Road, NW5. Long since flattened. Photo:  Charrington Brewery
Freemason’s, 1951. 37 Gilden Road, NW5. Long since flattened. Photo: Charrington Brewery

3. Prince Of Wales

Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road, between 1910-1980. Photo: Charrington Brewery
Prince of Wales, 62 Wellesley Road, between 1910-1980. Photo: Charrington Brewery

4. Newberry Arms

Newberry Arms, 40 Malden Road NW5. Now it's an odd-looking apartment block. Photo: Charrington Brewery
Newberry Arms, 1931. 40 Malden Road NW5. Now it’s an odd-looking apartment block.
Photo: Charrington Brewery

5. The Trafalgar

Trafalgar, 1960, 77 Castle Road, NW1. Now it's the award-winning Tapping The Admiral. Photo:  Charrington Brewery
Trafalgar, 1960, 77 Castle Road, NW1. Not strictly ‘lost’, this pub was nonetheless boarded-up for years – before being reborn in 2011 as the award-winning Tapping The Admiral. Photo: Charrington Brewery

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