George Inn Photos
Here’s a collection of photos of the George Inn – a historic coaching inn on Borough High Street in South East London. Read my review of the George Inn here.
The George Inn, Southwark – the entrance in Borough High Street.
It can be easy to miss this entrance when you’re walking down Borough High Street and concentrating on not bumping into people. There are also many little alleyways in this area – some of which also contain other pubs. The lamp and sign are a fairly recent addition I think and are best appreciated from over the road near the entrance to Borough Market.
The George Inn, Southwark on a busy July evening.
The noise from everyone’s conversations echoed around this small courtyard. It’s not sunny, but it’s warm – hence most people being outside.
The old balconies at the George Inn, Southwark
Not sure if the rather uneven floors are due to subsidence over the years or the inebriated workmen when the inn was first built.
The pub sign at the George Inn, Southwark
There are two signs actually – one towards each end. This one depicts (presumably) St George on horseback and the other one in the photo below shows him with his distinctive cross of St George shield.
The George Inn, Southwark showing both pub signs.
The George Inn, Southwark looking towards Borough High Street
You can just make out the iron sign above the patio heaters on the right hand side.
The bar at the George Inn, Southwark – note the predominantly Greene King selection. But there are some guest ales.
Getting served at the George Inn, Southwark. A good experience on the day these photos were taken but it can be difficult sometimes.
Read my review of the George Inn here.
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