Public Houses and Beer Houses in Warboys

Around 1900 there were over 30 Public Houses and Beer Houses in the Parish of Warboys. Many closed down and became private houses. If you walk around the village you can still see some private houses retaining the old name of the Public House or Beer House which used to occupy the building.  

Now there are only 2 Public houses left in the village of Warboys:  'The Royal Oak' and the 'White Hart'.

You can see several of the old Public Houses and Beer Houses in this web site, if you have more and own the copyright we would be pleased to publish them.


The following list of Pubs and Beer Houses in 1910 and the rest of this web page was compiled by Joan Cole who owns the copyright © 2021 of what follows below:


Also add the Black Lion to the list.
List © 1996 Joan Cole
 
You can also see the location of the Pubs in the following maps: 

Photo © 1992 Joan Cole

Photo © 1992 Joan Cole

The following photos shows some Public Houses as they were originally as well as what some of the buildings or locations look like since the Pub closed, many are now private houses: 
Carpenters Arms
Photo © 1996 Joan Cole

Photo taken 1996 of what was the Carpenters Arms
White Lion

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole

Photo taken 1996 of what was the White Lion
Greyhound
Photo © 1996 Joan Cole

Photo taken 1996 of the site where the Greyhound Pub was located.
Prince of Wales
Photo © 1996 Joan Cole

Photo taken 1996 at Prince of Wales Public House location.
Garden Gate

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 of what was the Garden Gate
Red Cow

Photo from the collection of Joan Cole
Photo taken of the Red Cow in 1910
Five Chimneys
Photo from the collection of Joan Cole
Photo taken 1910 of the Five Chimneys Public House.
Five Chimneys

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 of the location of Five Chimneys Public House
Wheatsheaf

Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken in the early 1900s of the Wheatsheaf Beerhouse.
Wheatsheaf
Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken at the Wheatsheaf Beerhouse location in 1996.
Duke of Wellington
Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken 1910 of the Duke of Wellington Public House.
Duke of Wellington

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the location of the Duke of Wellington Public House
Pelican Inn
Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken early 1900s of the Pelican Inn.
Pelican Inn

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the location of the Pelican Inn
The Red Lion
Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken early 1900s of the Red Lion Beerhouse.
The Red Lion

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the location of the Red Lion
The Horse & Harness Photo taken c1955 of the Horse & Harness.
The Horse & Harness

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the location of the The Horse & Harness showing a Bakers Shop having replaced the Beerhouse.
The Royal Oak
Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken early 1900s of the Royal Oak Beerhouse.
The Royal Oak

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 of the Royal Oak.
The Whistling Pig
Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken early 1900s of the Whistling Pig Beerhouse.
The Whistling Pig

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the Whistling Pig location.
The Golden Drop
Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken early 1900s of the Golden Drop Beerhouse.
The Golden Drop

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the Golden Drop location.
The Railway Inn
Photo from the collection of Penny Noble
Photo taken early 1960s of the Railway Inn just before it closed down.
The Railway Inn

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the Railway Inn location.
The White Hart
Photo from Huntingdon Archive
Photo taken early 1900s of the White Hart.
The White Hart

Photo © 1996 Joan Cole
Photo taken 1996 at the White Hart during a fire which caused serious damage.
 

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