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Star Hotel

 Picture source: Bridport Museum Trust

The Star Hotel was situated at 14 West Street.  This is a grade-II listed building that is now used as a fast food takeaway. It was damaged during a 1942 air raid when the publican's son, George Hecks, was killed.

Listed building details:
C18, altered in C19, stucco. 3 storeys. Rusticated quoins. 4 ranges of sashes in architraves with scroll sides and segmental heads. 2 ground floor openings with rusticated surrounds and 3-centred heads.

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The bomb damaged Star Hotel, 1942

 Picture source: Bridport Museum Trust

Date of photo: 2014