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The Moon on the Hill

Do you recognise any of the old business adverts on display in this pub?

373–375 Station Road, Harrow, London, HA1 2AW
The ‘moon’ part of this Wetherspoon pub’s name links it with the ideal pub described by George Orwell. The well-known writer called his fictitious pub ‘Moon Under Water’. The Moon on the Hill opened here, on Station Road, in 1991. The building was previously a general store. Until 1979, it had been Wheatlands Furniture Shop for over 60 years. Station Road is the centuries-old Greenhill Lane, first recorded in AD1273.

A collection of old adverts from businesses in the local area.

Prints of Kenton.

Top: Lord Northwick, 1811-88, Lord of the Manor of Harrow Centre: Kenton Lane Farm, 1811
Above: London-Birmingham train approaching Kenton, 1837.

A photograph of The ‘Rest’ Hotel, Harrow.

A photograph of St Leonards Church, Kenton.

External photograph of the building – main entrance.

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