Sunday 10 April 2011

Uxbridge, Middlesex, The Chiltern View Tavern c1906

Uxbridge, Middlesex, The Chiltern View Tavern c1906. It looks like a cycling club meeting, the cyclists all wear a cap with a badge on it. The Chiltern View Tavern is in a sorry state now, boarded up and unloved. I think it closed its doors for the last time in 2006. I'm sure it won't be long before it is demolished and the site used for more luxury flats. A more detailed view is shown below. Click the pictures to enlarge.

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  1. Luxury flats, eh? As usual, history doesn't stand a chance when there's money to be made.

  2. How very true.
    A pub next to me called the Sawyers Arms in Lower Feltham built 1860 has now be demolished it’s heart breaking to see. Hounslow Council which lied like hell were supposed to send all the residents letters so they could have a chance to object and guess what those letters were never sent out and before we knew it the poor pub was gone in a day all that history gone

  3. The chiltern view pub is now being turned into a house. The side of the building is now gone but they have extended it at the back.



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