Junction36 St. Johns Hill
Formerly the Windsor Castle
Although this pub is not a listed building, it is recognised by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) as having an historic interior of local importance and the description is as follows: “This drinkers' pub is just up the hill from the main entrance to Clapham Junction railway station. It is a classic example of a 'brewers' Tudor' pub. It has panelled walls and hefty, rustically treated timbers to the roof trusses - no doubt concealing very unTudor steel beams. Note how much use is made of imitation adzed tooling on the timbers to enhance ye olde effect (now sadly painted white). The bar counter seems to be original work but there has been much renewal in the back fittings. History in the area: Battersea was famous for its market gardens and especially for its asparagus which was sold in 'Battersea bundles'. From the late 17th century several industries flourished including copper works, lime works and milling.”
The WhatPub link is here: WhatPub/Junction
The Junction featured on the Evening Crawl of Battersea and Wandsworth in December 2007, the From the Crimea to Death's Door via Cats, Birds and Breweries: Evening Crawl of Wandsworth and Battersea in April 2013, and features on the Southern Splendour: Evening Crawl of Battersea, Wandsworth, Southfields and Earlsfield in December 2019.