Blue Anchor, Hammersmith
The Blue Anchor is a pub at 13 Lower Mall, Hammersmith, London, that dates from 1722.
On 7 January 1789, a whole sheep, bought for sixteen shillings, was roasted outside.
In the Victorian era, various partitions were added to the interior, but they have been removed. There is a "rather sombre" collection of artefacts from the First World War.
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