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The Crown (Harvester)
Langdon Hills
The Harvester - Langdon Hills
Location: The Crown, Langdon Hills
Photographer: Bix
Year of photo: 24/10/2002
Copyright: Basildon History Online
Comments: Now known as The Harvester.
The Harvester - Langdon Hills
Location: The Crown, Langdon Hills
Photographer: Bix
Year of photo: 24/10/2002
Copyright: Basildon History Online
Comments: Now known as The Harvester.
The Harvester - Langdon Hills
Location: The Crown, Langdon Hills
Photographer: Bix
Year of photo: 19/12/2002
Copyright: Basildon History Online
Comments: Now known as The Harvester.
The Crown (Harvester)
The Harvester public house stands at the summit of Langdon Hills.

An Inn has occupied this site for many centuries, being known for much of that time as the Crown Inn or Crown Hotel, or in more recent times as simply the Crown.

The present building dates from 1856 and was so named as it stands on land formerly owned by the Crown.

The hill by which it is approached from Basildon, or Laindon, is locally known as 'Crown Hill' and since the 1960s is now duel carriageway to road traffic.

For many years it was run by brewers Ind Coope and Allsopp.


Text written 2005 with revisions 2005-2007.
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