The Argyll Arms is a busy pub located just off Oxford Circus in London. The pub dates from 1866 and unusually retains its original interior. The pub has fine etched and engraved glass through out, an ornate plaster ceili8ng and a large number of mirrors. Like many Victorian pubs, the Argyll has a number of partitions that split the pub into a number of booths. Each booth has its own access to the bar and offers privacy from neighbouring booths. You can see one of the partitions on the left of the photograph.
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