LOST PUBS OF PORTSMOUTH

In 1900 Portsmouth, in Southern England, had about 800 pubs serving a population of 190,000. Although Portsmouth's population today is 205,000, the number of pubs has shrunk to around 160.
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The Swan, Portsmouth. A Victorian pub that has been demolished and flats built instead.

The Swan, Portsmouth. A Victorian pub that has been demolished and flats built instead.

The Black Dog in Arundel Street was a 1965 replacement for a nearby pub of the same name. Now demolished to make way for flats.

Lost Pubs - B - Portsmouth Pubs

The Sally Port Inn on High Street. Currently still for sale.

The Sally Port Inn on High Street (C) Steve Daniels

The Grave Diggers in Highland Road, Southsea. 19th Century pub, now a house.

The Grave Diggers in Highland Road, Southsea. Century pub, now a house.

The Mediterranean, Portsmouth, closed in 1978 but still bears the ceramic tile mural.

The Mediterranean, Portsmouth, closed in 1978 but still bears the ceramic tile mural.

Rhw Viking in Arundel Street, now a block of flats.

Lost Pubs - V - Portsmouth Pubs

The Cumberland Tavern designed by the prolific architect A E Cogswell. Now converted to flats.

The Cumberland Tavern designed by the prolific architect A E Cogswell. Now converted to flats.

The Salisbury, Cosham. Now a convenience store.

The Salisbury, Cosham. Now a convenience store.

The Mayflower in Highland Road, Eastney. Victorian pub designed by T E Owen. Demolished.

The Mayflower in Highland Road, Eastney. Victorian pub designed by T E Owen.

The Wymering, Cosham was built in the 1930s but now demolished and flats built instead.

The Wymering, Cosham was built in the but now demolished and flats built instead.

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