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Title: From Limehouse to Liverpool Street
Creator: Steve of N21

Never get tired of doing this crawl on a fine summers evening. DLR out to Limehouse then a leisurely stroll back to Liverpool Street station with some good river views and top pub stops in between.

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The Grapes (1)
Fine historic pub with Dickens connections. Usually five well kept Ales available
The Prospect of Whitby (2)
Anothr famous historic Riverside pub with usually five ales available
Captain Kidd (3)
Yes I know its a modern build instead of a bit of history and yes its a SS pub. But it does have OBB on pump and I like the set up. If you just want to do history then walk past to the Town of Ramsgate
Town of Ramsgate (4)
Another Historic riverside pub in this part of town. Usually four beers on the go with at least one interesting one
The Dickens Inn (5)
Not the most exciting of beer choices but you cannot walk through St Katherines Dock and not have one in the Dickens..
Craft Beer Co (6)
There are a lot of different routes you can take from St Katherines Dock to Liverpool Street Station. But you can do a lot worse than going via Aldgate with a stop here
Williams Ale & Cider House (7)
You are genuinely blessed with choice for a decent pint before getting back on the train or underground at Liverpool Street. This is invariably my venue of choice