A view showing the timber framed building in King's Head Yard
- Kings Head Yard, Southwark, Greater London Authority, SE1
- Photograph (Negative)
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In this photograph the former King's Head Inn is being used as warehousing space by D & D Jacobs. Borough was the terminal of most coaches to London before the widening of streets in 1830 to allow easier access across London Bridge. Many coaching inns were located here, although few dated back further than 1676 when a great fire destroyed much of the High Street.
This is part of the Collection: NMR07 NMR Accessioned Negatives - Catalogued
Source: Historic England Archive
Stuart Inn, Stuart Timber Framed Building