This three-storey yellow-brick building on the south side of Oxford Street dates to the early 19th century, while the ground floor bar frontage with three doors is late-19th century. The Grapes is listed in street directories from 1851. It was situated close to the docks and was popular with both dock workers and crew members. Titanic crew members were drinking here before setting off on her maiden voyage.

The Grapes, Oxford Street

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Photograph, c.2010

The Grapes, Oxford Street

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Photograph, c.1900


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