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The Beehive to the Feathers, 227-232 High Street (1976-1977)

Row of dilapidated 3 storey brick buildings

Quentin Pickard has provided this colour photo which shows the former Feathers PH (lady plus basket in front) and to the left the Half Acre junction with the Beehive on the corner at no. 227.

There is a similar view (black and white) of 'The Feathers' in 'Brentford and Chiswick Pubs' Gillian Clegg, taken at around the same time. The accompanying text notes the pub was demolished in the early 1980s.

In the full size photo provided by Quentin the plume of ostrich feathers etched in the windows of The Feathers is visible; next door (231) was 'K Carpets Contractors'). The new Goddard shop is visible on the western corner of Half Acre.

More about this area and its occupants.

Published April 2010