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London Heritage Pubs: An Inside Story Paperback – 9 Jul 2008
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About the Author
Geoff Brandwood has a PhD in architectural history and a special interest in the Victorian age. He was Chairman of the Victorian Society from 2001-2007. Horrified by the wholesale disappearance of historic pub interiors in recent years, he is part of CAMRA's Pub Heritage Group which identifies and seeks greater recognition for the treasures we have left. He is co-author of English Heritage's best-selling Licensed to Sell: The History and Heritage of the Public House (2004). Jane Jephcote's interest in London's historic pub interiors began in 1991 when she joined CAMRA's London Pubs Group of which she is now Chair. The Group promotes the preservation of London's pub heritage and good pub design. Jane organises and leads crawls of pubs with interiors of note all over Greater London and was co-author with Geoff Brandwood of The CAMRA Regional Inventory for London: Pub Interiors of Special Historic Interest (2004).
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Possibly the best feature is the choice of pubs. I now know a number of new pubs I'd not known about before and probably wouldn't have without this. Some real gems. I'm certainly not stuck for choices now when picking a place to enjoy a pint. The book has accompanied me on several nights and days out and is sure to get a lot of use in future.
London Heritage Pubs is a worthy follow-up to Geoff Brandwood's earlier book 'Licenced to Sell - The History and Heritage of the Public House.' The authors deserve high praise for the contribution they have made to the protection of our rich public house heritage.
Content and layout not as good as other (cheaper) books purchased at the same time were poor. Other books purchased were
Historic Pubs of London and London's Best Pubs