This pub is the former Tower Bridge Hotel, taking its name from the area’s centuries-old connection with the leather trade. The earliest record of the word pommeler (one who pummels) was in c1450 and became associated with leather workers.
A framed photograph of the Tower Bridge Hotel c.1900.
A framed photograph of the Thames from Tower Bridge c.1910.
A framed photograph of men walking over Tower Bridge.
A framed photograph of a plane flying over the River Thames.
A framed painting of Big Ben and Houses of Parliament.
A selection of modern paintings and drawings of leather objects, inspired by the name of the pub.
External photograph of the building – main entrance.
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