The landlady at the Greyhound pub Isabel Castro Carollo poses for a photograph in east London. The pub was rebuilt after being bombed during World War II. The pub is one of many traditional east end pubs that are situated within a mile of the Olympic Park where the 2012 Olympic Games will take place this summer. (Eddie Keogh/REUTERS/Eddie Keogh/REUTERS)
A sign is seen on the outside of the Bow Bells pub in east London. The sign reads 'rub a dub-dub', which is a Cockney rhyming slang for 'pub'. (Eddie Keogh/REUTERS/Eddie Keogh/REUTERS)
Customers dine at the King Edward VII pub in east London. The pub started life as the King of Prussia in 1765 but changed its name around 1914 at the start of World War I for patriotic reasons. (Eddie Keogh/REUTERS/Eddie Keogh/REUTERS)
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