LAMB PUBLIC HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1379276

Date first listed: 02-Aug-1973

Statutory Address: LAMB PUBLIC HOUSE, 94, LAMB'S CONDUIT STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: LAMB PUBLIC HOUSE, 94, LAMB'S CONDUIT STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Greater London Authority

District: Camden (London Borough)

National Grid Reference: TQ 30593 82142

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Details

TQ3082SE 798-1/96/1010

CAMDEN LAMB'S CONDUIT STREET (East side) No.94, Lamb Public House 02/08/73 GV II Public house. First mentioned in 1731 but front of building probably mid or late-Georgian or later. Yellow stock brick, slate roof.

Four storeys and cellars. Four windows wide with splayed angle at north end bearing parish boundary marker dated 1831. Upper storeys Georgian, ground-storey in form of pub front basically Victorian but with Edwardian faience tiling added in two shades of green. Painted fascia with the legends 'The Lamb' and 'Wine and Spirit Establishment'. Good hanging iron lamp bracket with lantern attached at first-floor level. Rear much extended. INTERIOR of pub with match-board walls and ceiling. One main area with fixed seating round perimeter and U-shaped bar in centre retaining snob screens with moveable glass panels and engaged with four thin cast-iron columns having palmette capitals. Two similar columns behind front help support upper portions of front. Staircase at rear of building part of 1958 refurbishment of public house, when partitions formerly dividing the front area into two private bars were removed. The lobby partitions were inserted at this time. What remains is an exceptional piece of 'Victoriana', where the real late C19 interior was enhanced by the restoration. Some snob screens are original, others part of this restoration. Partitioned area at rear of right-hand bar with late C19 partitions; this was originally the pub's office.

Listing NGR: TQ3061282134

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