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Dine at the Great Northern Railway Tavern, Hornsey

Monday 9 April — Book now
7.30pm for 8pm. Join us for a drink and a three-course dinner at the Great Northern Railway Tavern in Hornsey, a pub dating from the golden age of pub-building around 1900.

This fine example dates from 1897 and was the work of Shoebridge & Rising who were responsible for many fine London pubs. Geoff Brandwood will talk about the pub and its context. A special Victorian Society connection is that it was remodelled in the late 20th century by Roderick Gradidge, one of our great supporters and one of the most sensitive architects of the time dealing with pub refurbishments. At the Great Northern Railway Tavern, 67 High Street, London N8 7QB. Rail: Hornsey. £45 including one free drink and three-course dinner. Cash bar after first drink. Booking required.

Event code: 1807

Later event: The Bernese Oberland. Amazing Engineering and Victorian Tourism Relived
Earlier event: Supper lecture: Some like it (very) hot: the Victorian Turkish bath

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