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The Albion

The first picture is the oldest photo of the Albion which is still thriving and well worth a visit.  Recently it was awarded community Pub of the year by one of the local newspapers.

The second is a more recent photograph, sixties, I guess by the logos,  George Pluckwell in his book "Rowhedge in old picture postcards" dates this as 1935 but I am not sure that is right.  However, I much indebted to George, sadly he is no is no longer with us.

The second photo is my favourite showing the Albion on the immediate left.  The Anchor is the building with the tall chimney in front of the Fales single decker bus.   Behind car on the left, is situated the Ship Inn.  As I have said above the Albion is still open for business and well worth a visit.

A contemporary view of the Albion looking up toward the Anchor which can be seen on the right with the large chimney.

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