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Salutation Inn, Hammersmith and Fulham

Description: Salutation Inn

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 May 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 201972

OS Grid Reference: TQ2275078584
OS Grid Coordinates: 522750, 178584
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4929, -0.2332

Location: 34 Galena Road, Hammersmith, Greater London W6 9HR

Locality: Hammersmith and Fulham
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: W6 9HR

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Listing Text


6/659 No 154
(Salutation Inn)

Public House. 1910 by A.P. Killick. Red brick with exuberant pale blue and
mauve faience tile dressings. 3 storeys and cellars. 2 windows. Tiled
ground floor with pilasters supporting. entablature rising to form segmental
arches over entrances (left hand now blocked) flanking central Venetian
type window; small panes to upper lights. Pilasters and window apron of
blue panels outlined in mauve. Mauve entablature with white griffins in
relief; blue cornice. First flood central tiled panel bearing legend
"Fuller, Smith and Turner. Chiswick 1910". To either side, a tiled oriel
window of 3 transom & mullion lights (blue tiles) with small panes; apron
with dentil cornice and cartouche (mauve tiles); cornice above window and
penthouse roof. Blue tile band at sill level. Banded pilaster strips at
angles. Main modillion cornice at 2nd floor level of mauve tiles with
central segmental arched decoration. 2nd floor with 2 paired sashes linked
by mauve tiled flat arches and flanked by keyed oculi (blue architraves,
mauve keys). Pale blue pilasters outlined in mauve at angles. Mauve parapet
and central segmental pediment bearing legend "Salutation Inn". Entrance
tiled with blue dado and cream walls having swagged motifs. Double
entrance doors with stained glass panels in Art Nouveau Style and brass
plates. Interior, although now open plan, retains original small front and
large back bar, both panelled and-with most original fittings and features.
Back bar lit by large ceiling lantern and with original fireplace with
mirror mantlepiece. The public house is a rare & compete survival in London
of the use of lustrous finish faience tiling.

Listing NGR: TQ2275078584

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Source: English Heritage

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