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A quartet of Fuller's pumps at the Butcher's Hook and Cleaver pub in Smithfield, London.

A quartet of Fuller’s pumps at the Butcher’s Hook and Cleaver pub in Smithfield, London.

The Red Lion is a Victorian pub located a short walk from Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street. Owned by the Fuller's Brewery the pub has a fabulous interior that's full of glass, mirrors and woodwork.

The Red Lion is a Victorian pub located a short walk from Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street. Owned by the Fuller’s Brewery the pub has a fabulous interior that’s full of glass, mirrors and woodwork.

Located near to both Euston and King's Cross stations, the Euston Flyer is a traditional British pub owned by the Fuller's Brewery.

Located near to both Euston and King’s Cross stations, The Euston Flyer is a traditional British pub owned by the Fuller’s Brewery.

The Barrowboy and Banker is a spacious Fuller's Brewery pub located just south of London Bridge.

The Barrowboy and Banker is a spacious Fuller’s Brewery pub located just south of London Bridge.

The Grade-I Listed Parcel Yard is Fuller's Brewery's flagship pub and is located in the newly renovated Kings Cross Station in London. At a spacious 10,000sq/ft it is the largest station pub in the UK and has a mix of original features along with reclaimed doors, panelling and floorboards. This is a shot of the second bar located on the upper floor. For more photos and a review of the pub, visit Travels with Beer.

The Grade-I Listed Parcel Yard is Fuller's Brewery's flagship pub and is located in the newly renovated Kings Cross Station in London. At a spacious 10,000sq/ft it is the largest station pub in the UK and has a mix of original features along with reclaimed doors, panelling and floorboards. This is a shot of the main well-stocked bar located on main level. For more photos and a review of the pub, visit Travels with Beer.

The Bear Inn is one of Oxford's oldest pubs supposedly dating back to 1242. The present building dates to the early 17th century and consists of a few small wood panelled rooms that are decorated with hundreds and hundreds of ties from schools, colleges and organisations around the world. the photo shows the small drinking area near the front entrance of the pub. It has enough room for no more than half a dozen people and has its own access to the small bar. You can view more photos and read a review of the pub on Travels with Beer.

The Viaduct Tavern in London is a striking Victorian pub owned by the Fullers Brewery. The pub is located across the road from the Old Bailey, England's Central Criminal Court. On the site of the present day court used to be the notorious Newgate Prison and next to it, the Giltspur Street Compter. The compter was used to house debtors. The cellar of the Viaduct Tavern still contains cells from the compter and the staff are happy to take you downstairs to view them. You can view a shot of one of the cells here.

The Old Joint Stock is an impressive Fullers-owned pub located in the heart of Birmingham. Built in 1864, the Grade-II listed building was originally the Old Stock Bank. Like The Counting House and Old Bank of England in London, the interior is extremely impressive with a large island bar, a high ceiling and a huge glass dome in the centre of the ceiling. You can read a review of the pub and view more photos on Travels with Beer.

The Counting House is a flagship Fullers pub located in the heart of the City of London. Just a stones throw from the Bank of England, the Counting House was built in 1893 as Prescott's Bank. The interior is extremely impressive and is very similar to another Fullers pub, the Bank of England on Fleet Street. You can view another view of the Counting House here and view more photos and read a review on Travels with Beer.