Francis Wragg And Nag's Head, Walthamstowe Blue Plaque Photo

Francis Wragg and Nag's Head, Walthamstowe blue plaque - The Nag's Head. Locally Listed building. Erected in 1857 by Francis Wragg as a replacement for the original village inn which stood on the corner of Orford Road/Church End. Wragg ran the local stagecoach service to London and also built the adjacent coach houses for his use

Francis Wragg And Nag's Head, Walthamstowe Blue Plaque Map


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