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Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of St Michael Wood Street, City of London

The church of St Michael Wood Street was destroyed in the Great Fire of London, but was rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren in 1673. The church was eventually demolished under the auspices of the Union of Benefices Act in 1897. The parish was then united with St Alban Wood Street, and, after the destruction of that church in World War II, with St Vedast Foster Lane.

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Michael Wood Street parish, City of London.

Wood street and Ladd lane in 1682 Morgans map listed as 441 Swan with Two Necks Inn.  And in Wood street are listed  434 Bell Inne ; 437 Coach & Horses Inne ; 438 Castle Inne ; and 448 Cross keys Inne.

Ladd lane in 1682 Morgans map listed as 441 Swan with Two Necks Inn. And in Wood street are listed 434 Bell Inne ; 437 Coach & Horses Inne ; 438 Castle Inne ; and 448 Cross keys Inne. 444 St Michael Woodstreet denotes the church building.

Premises Pic? Text?
Angel & Crown, 112 Wood Street, St Michael Wood Street, EC2 No Yes
Castle Inn, 25 Wood Street, St Michael Wood street EC2 No Yes
Coach & Horses Inne, 29 Wood Street, St Michael Wood street EC2 No Yes
Gresham Tavern, 20 Gresham Street west, St Michael Wood Street, EC2 No Yes
Magpie & Pewter Platter, 107 Wood Street, St Michael Wood Street, EC2 No Yes
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