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Bridge Tavern, Somers Rd

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Photo courtesy Steve Payne. See Lost Portsmouth Pubs:
http://portsmouthpubs.org.uk/lost-pubs-b-2
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PortsmouthPubs.org said:
Named after the adjacent Turner’s Bridge, which once spanned the Portsea and Arundel canal (later to become the trackbed between Fratton and Portsmouth & Southsea railway stations), the Bridge Tavern once served the inhabitants of the high density terraced housing that once covered this part of town. Surviving until 1983, this old Brickwood’s house (latterly in the hands of Whitbread) was demolished to make way for road improvements.
 

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