The Castle

The Castle

Published 21st August By Kevin Woolcott
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The Castle

Date of photo: early 20th century

Picture source: Philip Evison


The Castle was situated at 220 Putney Bridge Road. This pub has been demolished and rebuilt several times. The original building (see photo above) was demolished in the 1930s and replaced by the building in the photo below. This pub was destroyed by bomb damage in WWII and replaced in 1959 by the final incarnation which was demolished in 2003 and replaced by the Boathouse pub the following year. A temporary hut was used when it was rendered unusable during WWII in order to retain the licence.Source: Darkstar

Other Photos

Date of photo: 1930s

Picture source: Philip Evison

Date of photo: 1940s

Picture source: Philip Evison

Date of photo: late 20th century

Picture source: Philip Evison

Date of photo: 1940s

Picture source: Philip Evison

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