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A Grade II Listed Building because part of original glass remains with brass letters on sills and brass rails inside. Pub converted from a warehouse and decorated in a style that befits the new clientele of the area.

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With later development of the port came the settlement of permanent residents, including German settlers, most of whom were bachelors.

The existing port, in the mouth of the Buffalo River, adjoining the Indian Ocean, has been operating since 1870.

The advent of the railway on the east bank in 1876 added momentum to ongoing development of the area into today’s thriving city of East London.

It supposedly gets its name from the 'Ballad of the Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green' which is 60 verses long.

Large and well decorated one bar pub popular with the young and old. An excellent Edwardian decorated pub, superb facilities and very comfortable.

A 'food truck' in the large rear garden offers beer flavoured dishes. Expensive tourist attraction in style of beams, benches and sawdust.

Now operated by Newton Folgate Inns, ex-Bass via Punch. Keykeg 'craft' beers and Meantime 'brewery fresh' tank lager dispensed under pressure (£4.80-7.20/pint) beside the bar. Dickens Own Traditional Bitter (og 1035) is also available. Salvaged interior from Bell, Carter Lane, demolished in 1999. Frequented by locals and Spitalfields Market workers (until it closed they took advantage of the early licensing hours). Attractive simple decor with bare floor and ample tables and chairs.

The city lies on the Indian Ocean coast, largely between the Buffalo River and the Nahoon River and is the country's only river port.

East London has a population of over 400,000, with over 1.4 million in the metropolitan area.

During the early to mid-1800 frontier wars between the British settlers and the local Xhosa inhabitants, East London served as a supply port to service the military headquarters at nearby King William’s Town, about thirty miles away.

A British fort, Fort Glamorgan, was built on the West Bank in 1847, and annexed to the Cape Colony that same year.

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