Jack of Newbury

Pub in/near Kensal Town, existed between the 1870s and the 1940s

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This 1930s aerial view of Kensal shows the area during the peak of its industrialisation. The towering gasometers of the Gas Light and Coke company can be seen in the centre with the Sunbeam Talbot motor manufacturers on the other side of the railway lines. North Kensington is dominated by rows of terraced housing. One corner of tranquillity can be seen on the left, Kensal Green Cemetery





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