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Bygone Pubs, St Sidwells, Mount Pleasant, Whipton, Pinhoe

St Sidwells' and Lower Sidwell St 1876
During the 1870's, addresses in Sidwell Street were given different numbers causing some confusion, however most directories also give the name of the premises.

This page covers a large area of Exeter from Outside the Eastgate (see also te Eastgate section) out to Pinhoe to the North East of Exeter.

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Sidwell Street

The Kings Head
Old Kings Head

Bishops Blaze

Seven Stars

The Duke Of York
The Dukes Head

The Black Horse Inn

The Greyhound Inn
Printers Pie
Amber Rooms

Centrifugal Railway

Poltimore Inn

The Red Lion

Royal Oak

Old Coach & Horses

New Coach & Horses

The Red Cow

The Forresters Inn

The Acland Arms
The Mail Coach
Royal Mail Coach
Turks Head

The Turks Head


The Edgerton Park Hotel
Tudor Bar
Cellar Bar

The Blackboy Inn

Horse and Groom

The Brookgreen

The York Tavern

The Bowling Green
Ropemakers Arms

Summerland Inn

Stoke Arms

Devon Yeoman

Queens Head

The Mount Pleasant Tavern
Henry's Bar

Victoria Inn

The George and Dragon
Horse and Dray
Royal Oak

The Queen's Head
The Railwayman


The Star Inn
Half Moon and Star
Half Moon Inn

The Red House Hotel

Whipton Inn
Village Inn


Hearts Of Oak
Heart of Oak

Bampfylde Arms
Poltimore Arms

Gipsy Hill Hotel
Gipsy Hill Countryhouse Hotel

The Ship

Black Horse

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