Red Lion pubs :: Shared Description

The second most popular name for a pub, this name became popular when James I ordered red lions to be displayed outside all public places.
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ST1797 : The Red Lion, High Street, Blackwood by Jaggery
ST0674 : Heraldic pub sign, The Red Lion, Bonvilston by Jaggery
TQ2150 : Red Lion, Betchworth by Oast House Archive
SO4051 : The Red Lion Hotel, Weobley by Jaggery
SO4138 : Madley : The Red Lion viewed from the west by Jaggery
SK3586 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
TQ5640 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
SO2320 : Red Lion nameboard, Llanbedr, Powys by Jaggery
TR0660 : Red Lion sign by Oast House Archive
SE0361 : Red Lion Hotel by N Chadwick
TQ8538 : The Red Lion, Biddenden by Oast House Archive
SU7316 : Red Lion sign, Chalton by N Chadwick
SU7682 : The Red Lion Hotel by N Chadwick
TQ8218 : The Red Lion Inn by Oast House Archive
TQ4376 : The Red Lion, Shooters Hill by Malc McDonald
ST1797 : Red Lion name sign, High Street, Blackwood by Jaggery
ST3490 : East side of Backhall Street, Caerleon by Jaggery
TQ5640 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
TR3868 : Turner and Dickens Walk in St.Peter's by David Anstiss
SE3063 : Red Lion, South Stainley by N Chadwick
ST3187 : Red Lion, Newport by Jaggery
TQ5640 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
SU1429 : The Red Lion Hotel in Salisbury by Jaggery
SO2320 : Village pub and church tower, Llanbedr, Powys by Jaggery
TG2309 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick

... and 118 more images.

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Created: Sun, 28 Nov 2010, Updated: Sun, 28 Nov 2010

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