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The Abercrombie Arms Abercrombie Street, Landport Located by HM Dockyard, close to Unicorn Gate, Abercrombie Street has been lost without trace since the end of the Second World War.
The pub in the photograph replaced a beerhouse of the same name and was built in 1911 – as depicted on its tiled fascia.
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The Admiral’s Head 90 Kingston Crescent, North End Located a hundred yards or so from the White Hart (see elsewhere), the Admiral’s Head occupied a small corner plot at the junction of Kingston Crescent and Gamble Road.
Dating from around the middle of the 19th century, the pub was once part of the Pike Brewery estate until ending up in the Brickwood’s portfolio.
Part of the Long’s Brewery estate, the Abercrombie was the victim of a bombing raid in 1941.