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Andy008 | 07:51 Sat 07th May 2005 | People & Places
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Why are so many London pubs built on corners?

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Well it comes to mind that the customer bit where most of the noise is does not adjoin houses like it would if it was in the middle of a terrace.  Also, it usually is a highly visible architectural 'comma', to whatever set of buildings it is setting off - and thus noticeable and equi-distant from all potential punters who might be passing to and fro in turnings.  If it is too tucked away it could be by-passed.  There is ease of delivery to consider too.

same as corner shops.

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