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Britannia Inn, Lime Walk

The Britannia

List entry for the Britannia: 1047205

The Britannia on the corner of Lime Walk and London Road was built as a coaching inn, and is marked on Davis’s 1797 map of Headington (from a survey 1793–4) with its original name, the White House. It dates from soon after the time that the London Road was cut through fields in the 1770s.

More details about the Britannia in the Pub History section

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