London pub wins conservation award

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London pub wins conservation award

A former strippers' pub is among the winners of a competition to find Britain's best pub designs.
The awards, given by the Campaign for Real Ale, singled out three winners based on their originality and architecture.
The conservation prize was given to the Scottish Stores in  King's Cross, a listed Grade II building designed by the architects Wylson and Long in 1900.

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