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Public Houses in Gosport High Street area, c. 1850

 

 

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There were at least 61 public houses or inns and taverns in the High Street area of Gosport c.1850.

The Fox is still serving beer on the same spot and with the same name,
as is the George & Dragon

  The Railway Tavern (Hobbs)

Mitre Tavern (Knott)

The Jolly Waterman (Carter)

The Cooperage (Stride)

The Black Dog (Blake)

The Dolphin Tap (Hobbs)

The Sea Horse (Biden)

The White Lion (Long)

The Crown Inn & Tap (Blake)

The Fox (Antill & Co.)

The Black Bear (Mrs Sprent)

The Victoria (J. Biden)

The Bell Tavern & Spirit Store (G. Smith)

The Star & Garter (Garrett & Co.)

The Rodney's Head (Benj. Hobbs)

The Sun Tavern (J. K. Smith)

The Lord Nelson (Coward)

Green Dragon (Wheeler)

Black Lion (Brown)

Star Inn & Tap (Ellyett)

The Queens Head (James Collins)

The Rummer (Garrett)

The Waterman's Arms (Stride)

Red Lion (Herman & Co.)

Northumberland Arms (Crowley)

The Castle (Mrs Gage)

The Mediator & Prizes (Absalom)

The Highlander (Spicer)

India Arms Inn & Tap (Cruickshank)

The Roebuck (Hewett)

The Kings Arms (Blake)

The Isle of Wight Hoy

The Phoenix

The Three Tuns (Mrs Absalom)

The Union (Ledicott)

The Bridge Tavern  (Millidge)

The Hare & Hounds (Groble)

The Two Sawyers (Carter)

The Cross Keys (Carter)

The Navy Tavern (Horwood)

Dover Castle (Whitehall)

Blacksmith's Arms (Hobbs)

The Yorkshire Grey (Gee)

The King of Prussia (Goble)

The Angel Tavern (Mitton)

The Sunderland Pink (Helsby)

The Little Red Lion (Clerk)

The Rodney's Engagement

The Bunker's Hill (Biles)

The Bulwark (Hobbs)

The King's Head (Crowley)

The Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Carter)

The Queen's Arms Tavern (Henty)

The Old Crispin (Garrett & Co.)

The Floating Dock (Carter & Co.)

The Cross Keys (Carter)

The Thatched House (Hebby)

The George & Dragon (Lintor)

The Princess Royal (Blake)

Artichoke (Carter)

Golden Centurion (Garrett)

Windmill Row (off North Street)

York Street (off North Street)

King Street (off North Street)

King Street (off North Street)

King Street (off North Street)

Windmill Row (off North Street)

York Street (off North Street)

North Street

North Street

North Street

North Cross Street

High Street

High Street/corner north cross street

North Street

North Street

North Street

North Street

North Street

North Street

High Street

North Street

High Street

The Green/Hobbs passage

North Street

North Street

Harbour Row

Bemister's Lane

High Street

High Street

High Street

High Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Robert's Lane

South Street

South Street

Haslar Street

Haslar Street/chapel row

South Street

South Street

South Street

Chapel Street

Chapel Street

South Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Beach Street

Chapel Lane

Chapel Lane

South Street

South Street

South Street

South Street

 

 

 


Video footage of North Street, North Cross Street, Seahorse Street in the 1970s
including The Fox Tavern and The Seahorse

Click here to see video on YouTube

 

 

 

Windmill Row and York Street were on either side of, and ran parallel to, King Street, which still exists, although shorter.

Hobb's Passage ran from High Street to The Green, which was on North Street.  Hobb's Passage still exists, but only as a passage from the High Street to a car park.

The Isle of Wight Hoy, The Phoenix, The Three Tuns, The Union, The Bridge Tavern, The Hare & Hounds, and The Two Sawyers were next to each other in Beach Street, more or less where Fryday's fish and chip shop is situated.

Chapel Row ran from Haslar Street, alongside Holy Trinity Church and through to Chapel Lane, which continued into Beach Street.

Chapel Street ran from South Street to Chapel Lane.

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