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Bygone Pubs, Quayside and Haven Banks

Exeter Quayside 1876
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Beer-houses, Alehouses and Inns on the quayside and on Haven Banks over the river will have thrived for as long as there was industry. The greatest development in industrial Exeter took place on the Quay from 1564 onwards with the development of Exeter's first Canal and re-development of the Quayside. The original canal was called 'the haven', thus Haven Banks. The map above does not show any pubs on the Haven Banks side of the river because the O.S map of 1876 did not show any. Today there is only the Prospect, Welcome Inn and Double Locks with any great history, but there were many more years ago that for some reason never made the map. These are listed left, click to view.

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The Jolly Sailor

The Crown & Anchor

Fountain Tavern
Fountain Inn
The Prospect Inn

The Royal George

Harvester Malthouse
The Malthouse



Haven Banks Tavern
The Welcome Inn

Honest Heart

The Port Royal
Boat House Inn
Boathouse PH

Double Locks Hotel

The Mud Dock
Bar Havana
Havana at Rest.10

On The Waterfront

The Queen Adelaide

The Three Mariners
The Cornish Inn
Custom House Inn

The Ring Of Bells Inn

The Spring Garden
The Shakespeare

The New Bell PH.

Bar Venezia

The College
Bishops Blaize
Nosey Parkers
Bishops Blaize

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