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Address: 72, Katherine Rd, London, E6 1EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16945) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations East Ham (0.4 miles), Upton Park (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Woodgrange Park (1 mile), Manor Park (1.3 miles), Forest Gate (1.5 miles)

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Now boarded up, was a pretty bleak place
mozzzzzz - 22 Jan 2014 11:30
This once grand pub is deteriorating quickly and is unlikely to survive once West Ham move to the Olympic Stadium in 3 years time.
Grimy walls, blocked toilets, and broken windows make this such a dive you are almost obliged to visit it just for the experience.
To its credit however it is a Matchday pub so is well staffed when the hordes of West Ham fans descend on the place before a match down the road at Upton Park.

JonnyConsumer - 22 Aug 2011 08:54
This pub is an extremely basic 2 bar pub that clearly does the majority of its business on matchdays. Apart from two gaudy chandeliers and some large windows overlooking the street, the only point of note was the varied collection of wires hanging from the walls. They looked like an electrician's dream. Loud music was playing. The carpets were very worn. On arrival, as stated by Cockney Hammer, there was a group of people outside drinking lager from cans. Inside, there were no real ales, but Jagerbombs were advertised at 4 for 10. Midway between the Boleyn Ground and East Ham tube. But I sincerely doubt I would ever be tempted back!
blue_scrumpy - 30 Dec 2010 20:24
Commonly known as the Earl of Pavement now as most people stand outside here on match days and buy beer from the offie rather than inside. Not the nicest of places, the bogs are usually piss ravaged.
Cockney_Hammer - 5 Oct 2010 11:24
nice looking pub, i think its only still there because of the football trade, was in there on a friday and the only customers where 5 wannabe gangsta asian lads chatting about 'repping e6'. shame
bowhammer - 11 Nov 2007 17:09

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