Town of Ramsgate

62 Wapping High Street,

This pub, which is in CAMRA’s 2013 Good Beer Guide, is a grade II listed building and the listing description is as follows: “Public House C18 on earlier foundation, later additions and extensive alterations to facade. Brown brick with eaves cornice and blocking course, stone band between ground and 1st floor. Roof not visible. 3 storeys and dormers. 1 window 2nd floor recessed with brick side pilasters, sash window, vertical glazing bars only. 1st floor window with glazing bars. Corner door and additional window facing west. Rear canted 1st floor bay window. Inside, beamed ceilings, benches, plank panelling and engraved glass screen. Judge Jeffreys was reputedly captured at this inn. Included for interior, group value and historical associations. The iron railings and paved roadway of Wapping Pier Head form a group with Nos 1 to 15 (consec) and No 4½, Town of Ramsgate Public House, Oliver's Wharf and this section of the wall and entrance to London Docks, and 4 Bollards, Wapping Old Stairs, Wapping High Street.”

The Town of Ramsgate Featured on the Down River: Daytime Crawl of Rotherhithe, Wapping and Limehouse in June 2013.