A pub celebrating west London's links with Britain's most celebrated naval war hero has reopened after a makeover.
The Admiral Nelson, in Whitton, opened its doors again on Saturday (November 14), following a two-week refurbishment.
According to the pub's website, it takes its name from the area's connections with the the Battle of Trafalgar commander.
The village of Whitton was apparently granted in the 17th century to John Suckling, whose great-great-grandson Maurice was the father of the Battle of Trafalgar commander Horatio Nelson.
The pub in Nelson Road has been given a few modern touches - including a new nautical mural - but the owners said they were keen to retain its traditional feel.
The Admiral Nelson, which is part of the Fuller, Smith & Turner group, and is managed by Victoria Young, also features a new menu.