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Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich
The Trafalgar Tavern was built in 1837 and soon celebrated for its whitebait suppers, attended by Members of Parliament who arrived by barge from Westminster; these dinners continued until 1883. The pub was later used as a hotel and flats, but restored to pub and restaurant use in 1964 and still in business today.
- Image reference: P39246
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London