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One For The Road! - Quiz

Famous British hostelries, both fictional and non-fictional that might test a few 'little grey cells' 10 Questions.

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Where in TV London would you find the 'Queen Victoria' pub?

  • Berkeley Square
  • Albert Square
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Pall Mall

Question 2 Photo

Which London pub can be found on the Road between Hampstead and Highgate and was a regular haunt of the infamous highwayman, Dick Turpin?

  • Old Up
  • Black Bess
  • Toll Gate
  • Spaniards Inn

Question 3 Photo

In which TV soap would you find a pub called 'The Rovers Return'?

  • Coronation Street
  • Emmerdale
  • Brookside
  • The Boswells

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Which London pub is frequented by so many Civil servants and Parliamentarians that a special bell is rung before a vote is taken in Parliament?

  • Prime Minister
  • Nag's Head
  • Red Lion Public House
  • Dog And Duck

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Which fictional Peckham pub is frequented by Delboy and Rodney Trotter?

  • Plonker
  • Albert
  • Raquel's Arms
  • Nag's Head

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Which pub on Bodmin Moor was made out to be a regular smugglers' haunt by the author, Daphne Du Maurier?

  • Smugglers rest
  • Jamaica Inn
  • Pirates Return
  • Fishermans Inn

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What pub is heard about, but never seen in the "Royle Family"?

  • Carpenters Arms
  • Bricklayers Arms
  • Feathers
  • Queen's Head

Question 8 Photo

Which pub survived the Great Fire of London and was known as the "Bucket of Blood", due to prizefighting matches held there for betting customers?

  • Lamb And Flag
  • Pig And Spit
  • Punch And Judy
  • Seven Bells

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Which TV village, in the Yorkshire Dales was previously known as 'Beckindale' and is the home of 'The Woolpack' pub?

  • Greendale
  • Emmerdale
  • Ambridge
  • Aidensfield

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Which 1189 Nottingham pub, built into a hillside, are Richard the Lionheart's men said to have visited before heading off to the 'Crusades'?

  • Star And Garter
  • Six Bells
  • Wheatsheaf
  • Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem