The Angel

Pub in/near Waterloo, existed between 1797 and the 1970s

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The Angel was a public house in Webber Street.

The Angel was on the site presently occupied by 27-31 Webber Street. Next door was the Marshall Building.

The first licencee is recorded as early as 1797. The street, and thus the address of the pub, went through a series of renumbering. It was listed as 1 Webber Street in 1862, the address was 31 Webber Street by 1944, and finally as 71 Webber Street.

By the 1970s, both the Angel and Marshall Building had been replaced by warehousing. 21 Webber Street had become a print works and 35 Valentine Place a large joinery works.

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