Red Lion pubs :: Shared Description

The second most popular name for a pub, this name became popular when James I ordered red lions to be displayed outside all public places.
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SW6942 : Red Lion name sign, Fore Street, Redruth by Jaggery
ST9064 : Heraldic Red Lion sign, Melksham by Jaggery
SU6505 : The Red Lion Hotel by N Chadwick
TR3544 : The Red Lion Pub Sign, St.Margaret's at Cliffe by David Anstiss
SU0682 : Wiltshire's first pub theatre, Red Lion, Royal Wootton Bassett by Jaggery
SP4143 : Red Lion, Horley: late August 2016 by Basher Eyre
SK4003 : The Olde Red Lion by N Chadwick
ST3490 : The Red Lion, Caerleon by Jaggery
ST9064 : Former Red Lion, Melksham by Jaggery
SU7682 : Red Lion Hotel by N Chadwick
SE4048 : The Red Lion, Wetherby High Street by Stephen Craven
TQ3987 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
TQ1980 : The Red Lion & Pineapple by N Chadwick
SY2998 : Red Lion name sign, Axminster by Jaggery
SU7013 : The Red Lion, Horndean by Basher Eyre
TQ5640 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
SY2998 : The Red Lion, Axminster by Jaggery
SU7423 : Scaffolding on The Red Lion in Petersfield town centre by Basher Eyre
TQ5640 : The Red Lion, Lower Green by N Chadwick
TL4355 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
TL4355 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
SE0361 : Red Lion Hotel by N Chadwick
TQ1780 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick
TR0660 : Red Lion, Hernhill by Oast House Archive
TR1854 : The Red Lion by N Chadwick

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Created: Sun, 28 Nov 2010, Updated: Sun, 28 Nov 2010

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