This public house was situated at 15 St Michael’s Square, on the west side of the square immediately south of the Pineapple Inn. In 1867 the landlord was a Zachariah Hill who had previously been landlord of a Crystal Palace public house on the High Street. He may have taken the name with him when he moved. The public house was demolished in the 1890s as part of the slum clearances associated with the Housing of the Working Classes Act. The site is now occupied by modern houses erected in the 1980s.

Crystal Palace Inn

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A W M Cooper watercolour showing the Crystal Palace Inn (centre left) with the Pineapple Inn next door, c.1895


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