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Jun 10, 2011

15 Traditional Pub Signs in the UK


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Pub signs could also be an art expression. Web site waymarking.com was dedicated to finding these traditional pub signs. We are sharing with you 15 best signs in our choice. Enjoy!

 

Overdraught - Park Street, Hertfordshire, UK.

A jokey name and two signs for the price of one.

Overdraught 01

Overdraught 02

 

 

Bushel and Strike - Ashwell, Hertfordshire UK

An typical old village style public house opposite the church at Ashwell, Herts.

Bushel and Strike

Bushel and Strike 02

 

 

Black Boy - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK.

Slavery is no longer acceptable to portray on a pub sign. It seems that child labour is though.

Black Boy 01

Black Boy 02

 

 

Fox and Hounds - Harlestone Road, Lower Harlestone, Northamptonshire, UK

This popular pub has a popular name with an all too popular sign.

Fox and Hounds 01

Fox and Hounds 02

 

 

Nutshell - The Traverse, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK.

This is about as descriptive as a pub name could possibly be.

Nutshell 01

Nutshell 02

 

 

Bushel - St John's Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK.

Here we have a pub sign with a proper beery name.

Bushel 01

Bushel 02

 

 

The Royal Oak - High Street, Houghton Conquest, Bedfordshire, UK

This pub sign shows a Royalist hiding in an oak tree. It is the sign of The Royal Oak at Houghton Conquest.

The Royal Oak 01

The Royal Oak 02

 

 

Winchester Arms - Taunton, Somerset, UK

A traditional public house in the centre of Taunton.

Winchester Arms 01

Winchester Arms 02

 

 

The Bull - High Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, UK

One of the oldest name s for a pub in the UK, and not necessarily one with agricultural roots.

The Bull 01

The Bull 02

 

 

Railway - Park Road, Spofforth, Yorkshire, UK.

A straightforward reference to the railway that used to run behind the pub here.

Railway 01

Railway 02

 

 

Golden Fleece - Queen Street, London, UK

The Golden Fleece in Queen Street in the City of London.

Golden Fleece 01

Golden Fleece 02

 

 

Green Man - Scotgate, Stamford, Lincolnshire, UK.

This sign portrays The Green Man as a woodland inhabitant. Is he an outlaw?

Green Man 01

Green Man 02

 

 

Brewery Tap, Park Street, Luton, Beds, UK.

In the old days, the very freshest beer would have been available at the brewery tap.

Brewery Tap 01

Brewery Tap 02

 

 

The Three Tuns - High Street, Arlesey, Beds, UK.

Three tuns is a huge amount of beer.

The Three Tuns 01

The Three Tuns 02

 

 

The Black Lion, Derwenlas, Ceredigion, Wales, UK

The black lion pub is a Inn in Derwenlas a few miles south of Machynlleth, but in Ceredigion.

The Black Lion 01

The Black Lion 02



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