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Bygone Pubs, Topsham

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Since the early C14th, Topsham was Exeter's port owing it's success to the Earls Of Devon who had successfully blocked the River Exe at Countess Wear. Hugh de Courtney built the first Quay in 1316. Pubs, inns and hotels flourished in Topsham even after the later versions of Exeter canal were completed.

This page attempts to throw some light strictly on the pubs of Topsham past and present.

Directory listings are available from each page!

Additional References; Topsham Past & Present (Chips Barber), Exeter Through The Bottom Of Your Beer Glass (Topsham Pub Crawl), the directories of Pigot, Besley, Kelly, White & Slater, Geoffrey Pring, Topsham, an illustrated tour, Topsham Street & Buildings.

The Exeter Inn

The Lord Nelson Inn

The Salutation Inn

The Lighter

Passage House Inn

Denley's Wine Bar

South Western Hotel
London & SW Hotel
Drakes Wine Bar & Alehouse

Globe Hotel

Red Lion
The Steam Packet

Half Moon

Horse and Jockey

The Bridge Inn

The Lamb Inn
Commercial Inn

The Seven Stars

Duke Of Monmouth
Monmouth Inn

Turf Locks Hotel
Turf Locks Inn
The Turf

The Honest Heart

The Ferry

The Five Sealers

The Topsham Inn

The Kings Head
Old Kings Head

The Maltscoop Inn

The Railway Inn

The Ship Aground

The Ship In Dock
The Ship Inn

The Sun Inn

The Welcome Inn

The Three Mariners

The Blue Ball Inn

Cross Inn

Mariners Compass

New Inn

Mason's Arms

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