Having said in the previous post that I couldn’t find The Crown Pub on John Rocque’s London survey map from 1746, I’ve found it on another site:
If you look just below the delightfully named “Dowager’s Bottom”, you can see a sprinkling of buildings, around the triangle that is now Tranquil Vale and the Royal Parade.
Filed under blackheath, history, maps, pubs
Tagged as 1746, blackheath, dowagers bottom, John Rocque, london, maps, old map, survey, surveys, the crown pub
They should rename the pub, if only so an old joke can live again. “Anyone know when the Dowager’s Bottom opens?”
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