The Oxford Arms

The Oxford Arms in Warwick Lane, near St Paul’s Cathedral, was one of the last surviving galleried coaching inns in London, built in the 17th century and demolished in 1876.

It was built in the 17th century and pulled down in 1876 to be replaced by warehouses.

Other Information

Built:  16th C
Demolished:  1876

Contact

  • Warwick Ln, London EC4M 7BP, UK

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