The Marlborough Arms
The Marlborough Arms is a beautiful, old fashioned pub located in the heart of London on Torrington Place. Torrington Place was built on Cantlowes Close and the present boundary between the parishes of St. Pancras and St. Gilesin-the-Fields runs along its centre, marking the southern limit of this part of the borough of St. Pancras.
Formerly, the parish boundary ran south of the former Francis Street and approached Torrington Place at its eastern end. There are only two old houses left on the north side of the former Francis Street, No. 13, a large house of early 19th-century date, of four storeys with an arched doorway flanked by two windows on each side, and a similar house to the east which has two shops and is much damaged.