White Horse Inn Pictures

Here are some pictures of the White Horse taken some time between 1996 and 2000. The White Horse is believed to have been a coaching inn. It stood on the Bath Road next to Brook Path and Two Mile Brook. It was known as Two Mile House before it became the White Horse. The age of the inn was unknown. It was demolished circa 2003.

An earlier view from the air..

White Horse Cippenham 29 May 1939


Related: Two-Mile Brook

10 Responses to White Horse Inn Pictures

  1. Christopher Kilgour says:

    So far the only pictures I’ve seen of The White Horse. My 3x great grandfather, Henry Francis Hone, ran this coaching inn 1879-1884. He was apparently also Cippenham surveyor of highways for a time during that period.

  2. Nigel Furlong says:

    My Grandfather, dad and I all drank at the pub.
    Very popular during WW2 for all the servicemen who had family.

  3. Rita Killick says:

    I used to drink here with a group of friends, age 16 ish! 1970. It was always full with a good atmosphere. I was sad to see it go.

  4. Steven Newman says:

    What was the name of the landlord early 80s irish man

  5. Phil says:

    In the 70’s, it was occupied by the Lyons family. The car park was filled with big tunnel sections at one point, to close in the adjacent brook. Same as on Cippenham Green. As kids we loved occupying them! The back garden had an old WW2 Anderson shelter, in which we indulged in questionable activities, as kids do!

  6. Simon C says:

    Does anybody remember what was to the right of the pub.

  7. norman belson says:

    i had my wedding reception there 1965 jeff lyons was land lord norman belson

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